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What does .pds mean?

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My connection script is called connect.bat What I have found is  that in a profile I create a directory connect.pds appears with a replication of that particular profile. What does the extension .pds stand for? Why is it created? Should I be worrying about the appearance of them? Your help with be appreciated
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PDS stands for Profile Directory Structure.  Did you migrate from NT 3.5.x?

Have a look at this article:

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q185/5/88.asp
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by:dcbeagle
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No to you question. I installed the new network with NT4. I will look at the suggested web site. Thank you.
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mcix is correct and also answered your question pds stands for profile directory structure.
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