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    Hi, Sorinso,

    Since this is the system management forum, it seems the right place to ask questions about SMS.
    So we use sms2003 in a 2003server environment.
    The folders are on a network share.

    Concerning my other post : since no one replies, i figure nobody knows the answer.
    Or is my english that bad that nobody understands what i'm trying to explain ?
    Last edited by scharre; 22nd July 2008, 11:18.

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    Re: packages & folders & copy

    Hi, scharre.
    Please read the forum rules. Especially #3 and #4.
    Given the info you provided in both your posts so far, I find it impossible to give you a relevant answer. Why just not copy your stuff from one folder to another?
    Questions to answer:
    - how is your question related to system management forum (or, what management product are you using)?
    - are the folders local or on network share?
    - are you in an AD or WG environment?
    And these are only to start with ...
    We are waiting your answers.
    BTW, I would do the same for your other post ... It was viewed 92 times (as for now) but not even one reply ... Ever asked yourself why?
    Last edited by sorinso; 10th July 2008, 07:37. Reason: rephrasing ...

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      Re: packages & folders & copy

      no softlinks in windows, afaik
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      Last edited by DYasny; 6th March 2011, 19:08.
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      • #4
        Re: packages & folders & copy

        Hi, Sorinso,

        Since this is the system management forum, it seems the right place to ask questions about SMS.
        So we use sms2003 in a 2003server environment.
        The folders are on a network share.

        Concerning my other post : since no one replies, i figure nobody knows the answer.
        Or is my english that bad that nobody understands what i'm trying to explain ?

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