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ot connecting users desktop with the one in home dir after client upg

ot connecting users desktop with the one in home dir after client upg

ot connecting users desktop with the one in home dir after client upg

(OP)
Hello folks
i´m in the midst of rolling out zfd7 to all our users and I just realized something:
When I have upgraded novell client from 4.83sp2 to 4.91sp2 and also install the zen client and log in to windows, it doesn´t seem like the users desktop (which is saved in their home directory /profiles/nt) is "connected". All the files which the users saves on the desktop are placed locally on the computer.
I have checked the DLU for the windows XP policy, is there anything else I need to do ?

/Dan

RE: ot connecting users desktop with the one in home dir after client upg

(OP)
I have been testing a lot of stuff and have some questions maybe you guys have the answer to:

As I told you I have upgraded from zfd3.2 to zfd7.
If I log into a computer which I had logged in to before the upgrade, the connection from the computers desktop to the /profiles/nt on server works fine.
But if I remove the user from that workstation and log in again, or if I log in to a computer for the first time, this connection doesn´t seem to work at all.

Is there by any chance so that this feature is not available in zfd7 and instead is replaced with roaming profiles ?

Could someone please clarify this issue for me ?

/Dan

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