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Tue Nov 23, 2010 5:50 am

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Hi there,

We have a fairly new Mac Mini server that has been running smoothly for a couple months now. There are only two Windows machines joined to AD through it - everyone else runs a Mac. For whatever reason, within the past week these two Windows users had their Outlook.pst files mysteriously disappear. Any ideas what could be causing it?

We have checked both the userprofile and userprofile.domain folders and the file simply is not there anymore.

When setting up the server I wanted to disable roaming profiles for both these machines so I was told to set the profile directory to C:\Documents and Settings\userprofile. There is a screenshot of my config below. Could this be what's causing it?

http://www.digitrance.com/downloads/windows-profile.png

Thanks,

Bryon



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