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Creating Personal Folders on the Nal

Creating Personal Folders on the Nal

Creating Personal Folders on the Nal

Does anyone know of anyway to create folders or personal folders on the NAL?  I just recently read a website from a Colorado University doing it.  I would like to use this but have never known how to configure it.

RE: Creating Personal Folders on the Nal

Creating folders is one of the integral components of Zen that makes it so great..  Everybody should be using them. Not just the peeps out in Colorado.

Marvin Huffaker MCNE
Marvin Huffaker Consulting

Home of the BLUEGUNK Punk

RE: Creating Personal Folders on the Nal

ROFLMFAO     cute site there Marv, I love it.

Brent Schmidt        Certified nut case   
Senior Network Engineer

RE: Creating Personal Folders on the Nal

Thanks Brent aka-Provogeek.  I was getting bits and pieces here and there.  Your website sums it all up.  Thanks.
Nice website Marv
Thanks again.

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