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    My apologies, me being thick. It's in a different thread. Have a look here

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    Easy fix was posted by myself above^^^^ Not sure if that's any help but ideal for me.

    "I didn't bother with any of the desktop.ini scripting stuff. I found it much easier to just add "FileName" from "View", "Choose Details" to the top level folder and then "Apply to Folders" from "Tools", "Folder Options" and "View". Less than a minute to do and, for me anyway, 100% effective."

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    Basically the same thing Michael :-)

    Great minds and all that :-)

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    I'm re-architecting my profile and home folders to support the correct layout i.e

    user_root_folder\documents
    user_root_folder\desktop
    user_root_folder\favorites

    With robocopy to move the files required.

    Ben

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    Quote Originally Posted by SYNACK View Post
    I think its the right click on the collum headers when in list view, click more and select filename. You now have a collum of the actual names.
    Thanks for that solution. Now if the IT Director thinks this is too hard for the teachers, then maybe they shouldnt be teachers. I think that is a very acceptable and easy solution which works without implementing other complexities. I just now need to educate them with this great little solution.

    Thanks again

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