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Disable Warning... Warning...  how?

Posted on 2004-08-26
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Hi,

I add a login drive mapping for user's home directory like:

\\DOMAIN\PROFILESDIR\%USERNAME%

However, if user are connected or does not have a home directory setup, Windows will show a pop-up "warning... warning... warning..." message.  Is there any way to disable that warning?  Thank you.
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If you're using a Windows 2000 Domain then put the home directory in the user's Account property tab in AD.  If the home directory doesn't exist it auto-magically gets created.

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