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Re: Automatic Outlook Profile Configuration .Iznogoud;119313 wrote:This tool is perfect and hopefully no catch after some days after you use it.
Please let me know what the costs are when i want to use it personally at rolling out servers.
To be honest I don’t know the price. We do not yet use Exchange, but as soon as we do, we will contact the author.
For private use or school it is free :Quote:=========================================================================
This utility is Freeware, for individuals and educational institutes.
Corporate’s have 30 day evaluation period, after which must
contact for volume licensing details.
This FULL working copy makes administration easy! Be Honest, Register it!
Re: Automatic Outlook Profile Configuration .
You can also use a tool called RichProfile.exe (http://www.block.net.au/help/richprofile/) which can do all for you.
All what you would have to do, is to add a line in your login.bat or whatever script you use now at login to make people have their Exchange profile configured.
The line would be something like :
RichProfile.exe ExchangeSRV %username% Profile-%username% N D
ExchangeSRV is the name of your Exchange server
%username% the username of your user
Profile-%username% the name of the profile to be created
N is do not deleted existing profile with same name
D is set profile as default profil
This tool works like a charm, we are currently testing it on Exchange 2003.
Just be aware to contact the guy for licensing if you use it in a commercial company.
Re: Windows high availability
Thank you both for your replies.
I have already looked into wansyncHA and it seems less robust than Doubletake.
neverfail seems to be a good product too, but it looks to me more for precise missions and less generic.
Re: Policy for computer
Thank you all for your replies.
The client OS is 98% Windows XP Pro SP3 and 2% are Vista (and wish we will take the 2% to 0% soon).
I will give it a try as soon as I am in and will provide a feedback here.
Thank you all once again.
Re: Policy for computerwiredteknologies;114784 wrote:In the policy with the loopback enabled you will need to specify the location “C:documents and settings%username%xxx”
non it is alright loopback processing is confusing because of the way it is typically worded to describe it.
I am not in front of my AD unfortunately.. but do I keep one single policy (with loopback processing enabled and configured) for dealing with this, or will I have two policies to setup this (like the current and a new for the loopback processing) ?
Re: Policy for computer
No problem, I am not really confused, it’s really clear :razz:
I just wonder if I keep my policy set as it is now and create a loopback to exclude some computers from this policy, would be like a conditional policy.
Am I right ?
Do I keep my policy with C / D redirection and create the loopback to exclude my old computers which comes only with plain C drive or is it the opposite ?
Thank you all for your time and help !