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updating roaming profiles

Posted on 2003-11-19
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I've got a win2000 domain with win2000 & xp clients using roaming profiles.

If I login as a user &  place a folder inside 'my document's' directory & add something to the 'send to' folder, this should be replicated on the server into their roaming profile?

i just need confirmation of how the profile is able to be updated.

thanks lot
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Yes, the change to the profile will show up on the server.  When you log off the profile is uploaded to the server.
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Thats what I was thinking, thanks alot BloodRed.
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