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Aug 12, 2010 at 9:11 am in reply to: Folder Redirection & Roaming Profiles in Terminal Services #376920
Re: Folder Redirection & Roaming Profiles in Terminal Services
Another issue you will be having, is the ‘application data’ within the roaming profile downloading from the local server (unless I read that incorrectly and that is stored locally?).
This can be dragging a lot of unseen profile data across the slow link when logging in, including MS Office templates that are stored in here and opened when you open docs etc, including MS Outlook data too.
The way we got round it was to take a backup of all user profile data, and relocate to the central site, as this is where the TS sessions are running from, it makes sense for all their data to be located there. Then obviously make all the necessary AD changes to point at the new profiles. Then create seperate Folder Redirection shares for Desktop, My Docs and Application Data and create the appropriate policies.
Hope that makes sense?
Since I have cajolled you with complimets…I was curious….
I know the answer will be hundreds of things….but could you give me some advice on other stuff i should/could put in a logon script besides the map printers and network drives?
Thanks in Advance,
Re: workgroup / domainronker wrote:i have a laptop that belong to a domaim at work.
in home it is belong to a workgroup.
i tried to change from domain into workgroup (xpro) and it promot me for user name and password. after i entered it reply with “changes will take effact only after restart…” so i press ok for restart and when it came to logon screen (with ctrl/alt/del) i entered the user name and password but it keep refusing to log me on saying that user name and password are incorrect.
what deed i make wrong ?
thanks for helping.
Where are you when you are performing this? At home or at work?
Re: what is DDNS and DNSaamir wrote:i read about DNS and almost i understand DNS but i didn’t clear concept of DDNS. So pls provide me in detail.
Ok…let’s start out with the basics. DNS is Dynamic Name resoltuion for network hosts. Be that network you internal work/home network..or the Internet.
What does that mean in English?
Computers being the creatures that they are, they can only read numbers (not words). This makes us, the humans, life a little difficult when it comes time to find a computer on the Internet.
Can you imagine trying to remember to type in 220.127.116.11 instead of http://www.google.com everytime you needed to search for something?
So DNS was invented to perform this IP Address to Host name resolution for us.
The only difference between DNS and DDNS is that the latter has the ability to be Dynamically updated by the hosts (if they are Win2k or above).
DDNS is only for internal networks. It is not out on the internet..this would cause complete Chaos.
Hope this clears things up for you.