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Files doesn't stay in folders --Win2K

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Hi,

I have win2000 machine. Here is a problem I am facing:

Say I put some files from C:\mydocument to C:\mydocuments\XYZ folder. After I logout and login, the files are back to C:\mydocument. I can't organize my files.

Please help me solve this problem.

Thanx.

Keertik
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Have you performed a scan of your computer with current virus definitions recently??
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Hi Kertik:
it seems that you are logged in using mandetory profile on your win2k domain. so when ever you make any changes to the profile they wont be saved after you log off and login again.
you can ask your system administrator to work around this problem by redirecting your my documents folder to a home folder for you where you can easily manage your files

hoping this will answer your question
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