Clientapps move



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Clientapps move

Postby Amnon Feiner » Sun, 30 Oct 2005 01:52:40 GMT

Hi all

Beyond changing the share location, are there any reproductions in moving 
client apps to a different location?
Any other advice on that?

A. Feiner
Microsoft Certified HONA

Re: Clientapps move

Postby Dave Nickason [SBS MVP] » Sun, 30 Oct 2005 02:37:36 GMT


Scroll down to the "Moving Data Folders Windows SBS 2003" doc.

Re: Clientapps move

Postby Amnon Feiner » Sun, 30 Oct 2005 03:53:07 GMT

Thanks, Lot's of other goodies there...

A. Feiner
Microsoft Certified HONA

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>-----Original Message-----
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