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Where do I set Explorer global settings e.g. view as 'details' in Windows XP, 2000 server,2003 server?
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Question by:lineonecorp
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Set the preferences on one folder then select Tools->Folder Options->View
and Apply to all folders
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After setting it to detail view, go to tools-folder options-view-and click on apply to all folders
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