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    WinSuite AD and GRP

    Hi,
    The yearly update of classes in Winsuite normally works fine.

    The addition of new classes can be seen in Group Policies and the Home folder has been created manually.

    Rebooted the Windows 2003 Server, opened up the Administrator Winsuite window, the deleted classes have gone, the new pupils in classes appeared, but
    not the new classes ?


    Any ideas ?

    Thank you

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    Have you tried enquiring with WinSuite themselves? I don't know if they still offer support, as they discontinued their product. It's not compatible with Vista, 7 and 2008 Server for your reference!

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