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    Network "My documents" sychronisation to C: drive

    How do I set-up user profiles so that when the user logs off it copies/updates all their my documents from the file server to their local profile on their C: drive?

    Are there any disadvantages?

    Do many of you do it?

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    Re: Network "My documents" sychronisation to C: drive

    You can use 'Offline files' to do this.

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