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Posted on 2007-04-05
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Is it possible to access files on a terminal server and to save them to a local desktop.

i.e. can a share or some sort of portal be made between the teminal server client and their physical desktop in front of them.

I have users that access files on the terminal server and would like to edit them on their local compter??
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From the Remote Desktop Client on the client-side, click on Options and go to the Local Resources tab. You can make the client's hard drive(s) available within the RDP session, so that users can copy files to their local drive.

Hope this helps.

Laura E. Hunter - Microsoft MVP: Winodws Server - Networking
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thank you so much
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