|23 Jul 2012||#1|
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Putting a Win 7 desktop on a SBS 2003 Server with redirected my doc's
I'm wondering if someone can clear up a few things.
I've got a SBS 2003 server that has had just a few XP workstations connected. Back when I set it up I redirected the users "my documents" directories to the server so when they stored things locally (even know told not to), it wound up on the server and got backed up.
So, now I have my first win 7 workstation and since there is no "my documents" in win 7, I'd like to know the following.
1. What is the as "My documents" for win 7? Is it libraries? This one has me a little stumped.
2. Is there a specific set-up for redirecting win 7 folders to the server?
I still have a few patches to apply to SBS 2003 before I connect my first win 7 workstation so I want to better understand this before I make the connection and run into trouble.
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