I previously received a solution for configuring IE roaming Favorites from EE (see my question "How to support Internet Explorer roaming favorites") I make the favorites roam by re-pointing the Favorites location specified in the Registry from the C: drive to a network drive which is automatically mapped by our logon script to each user's home directory on our NT4 server. The home directory is \\server\username so each user who logs on has access to their own home directory and thus there own IE Favorites. The problem that has come up is that this Registry setting sometimes reverts to the default location on the C: drive. The exact location depends on the OS. In Win9x it is C:\windows\favorites. I think this may happen when a user either bypasses the network logon or there is some problem that keeps the home directory from being mapped. If there is no home directory mapped, and IE can't see that location, I believe IE reverts to its default location. One workaround would be to export the registry keys or branches that have the correct path and have them load at startup but this seems kludgey to me. Does anyone have a more elegant but simple solution?