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Fri Oct 26, 2012 10:11 am

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I was finally able to bind to my active directory, but my AD
home folder does not appear in the dock/desktop. My domain has
a .local name. The windows server is 2008 with a virtualized
volume containing windows 2003. I bound my mac to the 2008
server, and then to the 2003. I get the green bind light and domain name,
but no home folder. I am using OSX 10.8.2, Any suggestions? Many thanks! :?:



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