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autorecovery documents are not mine

Posted on 2011-03-09
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On a terminal server I logon with an account with a roaming profile. When I open Word 2007 on a terminal server I get the autorecovery column with 2 files but these files are not mine. More, I have no rights to see those files. when I click on them I can not open the files (lucky), they disappear but after logging out and on I get the column with the 2 docs again.
This is for all the terminal server users.
I did already try to change the path of autorecovery, used gpo to disable autorecovery in word, .... but the column is coming back after a new logon.

Any ideas?
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