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Outlook Attachments Problem

I am using remotely hosted Outlook via Citrix client. I am having a problem opening and/or saving email attachments. Each time I click on a email to open or save it, I get the message to check the permissions on the folder or that the URL does not exist.

How do I resolve this?
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ankhan100599
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tengageCommented:
I know that Outlook 98 and OL2000 will use the following folder as temp space for attachments.  You may want to check to see that the user's have full control of their profiles.

drive:\Profile Location\UserName\local Settings\Temporary Internet Files

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tengageCommented:
I also found a "compatibility script" on the following page regarding Outlook and NT 4.0 Server Terminal Server Ed.

http://www.microsoft.com/ntserver/terminalserver/exec/vendors/showcase/Outlookreport.asp

If you go to that page, you'll see a "Compatibility Script" section with a very small link to download the script.
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ankhan100599Author Commented:
Thanks guys but this has been resolved by the administrator here. The question is being withdrawn.
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ankhan100599Author Commented:
This problem has been resolved by the adminstrator. Thanks anyway guys.
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tengageCommented:
Could you post the solution?
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PandoraModCommented:
ankhan, we would like to close this question. Please provide us w/the solution that was found. I can then return your points and add this question to our database.

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ankhan,

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amp072397Commented:
No problem. I'm awarding points to tengage due to lack of input from ankhan.

thanks
amp
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