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Windows Server 2003 Networking Question

I am planning to build a network. There would be a server and 10 computers connected to that server thru a switch.  The server OS is windows server 2003. The client OS are windows XP Pro. What I want to happen is that there would be around 50 normal users and 3 administrator users. Those users can login on those 10 connected computers. But once they are logged in, every user has their own folder for their files and they can only access that. Administrators can access everything but still they should have their own folder. Their own folder should be mapped on a certain drive (eg. X:). How can I implement this? What are the settings of the server and the client pc's?
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xcellfonex
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chadCommented:
another thing to look into regarding this is folder redirection
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;232692
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;274443
good luck and thanx for the points
KaBaaM
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