You can effectively create phds in the lab machines with sync disabled to conserve space on the server. You then get the advantage of network logins and apps that work properly with the now local homedirs.
On Mar 25, 2010, at 12:40 PM, Chad Lawson <email@hidden> wrote:
> Thanks for your reply. I'm glad to know I wasn't crazy.
>> The problem is, Adobe rather specifically does not support that. They don’t support working from a non-local drive. Your best bet is to redirect a folder to a local folder, and have the students work from that,
> I tried using redirect for Acrobat and then it worked fine. Trying that with all of the Application Support/Adobe file broke other things.
>> or move to mobile/PHDs.
> That was my last resort. Will probably do that.
> This client is a school and students tend to use the same machines over and over, so this probably won't cause a space issue with the drive.
> Thanks again!
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