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By brad_leveridge ·
Terminal server user accounts are filling up my system drive. Is there a way to move those profiles from c://documents & settings to another drive? HEEELLLLPPP!!!!

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Enable quotas

by Nimmo In reply to Windows Terminal Server U ...

http://www.windowsnetworking.com/articles_tutorials/Configuring-Disk-Quotas-Windows-2003.html

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Thanks

by brad_leveridge In reply to Enable quotas

That'd be great, but the "powers that be" want the profiles moved as well. There's only 300MB disk space left on that drive.

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Offline Sync Maybe

by Nimmo In reply to Thanks

You could always if possible do an offline sync of some of the data needed by the remote user.

It would be preferable to have the machine on the LAN to setup the sync then take it off site.

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Yeah

by brad_leveridge In reply to Offline Sync Maybe

But I need to re-configure the server so that when new users login, it moves their profile to another drive other than c:/documents & Settings

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Active Directory

by Nimmo In reply to Yeah

Use Active Directory to re-direct their profiles, just one other thing I recommend downloading tree size http://www.jam-software.com/freeware/index.shtml the free version is all you need.

Run it and it will show you what directories are taking up all the disk space, I've found this very helpful for been able to get some space back.

(You might even find some tool has been storing mp3's on your terminal server)

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