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i have 2000 domain and all users have roaming profiles w2k
Suddenly when a user log off a window pop up and a
synchronize begin in folder where the profiles are.

how can i stop that and how this synchronization was enable
without i change anything

thank you
 
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Hi - see my reply in m.p.win2000.active.directory - if you need to post to
multiple groups, it's best to do so all at once in a single message
(separate the NG names with commas) so that everyone can follow the thread.
A lot of people subscribe to multiple groups, and this way you won't be
asking anyone to reproduce someone else's work, and everyone can benefit.

Crossposting = posting once to several newsgroups within a single message.
This is not a Bad Thing (presuming the list of groups posted to is small,
and all the groups are truly relevant to your question)

Multiposting = posting separate, identical posts to several newsgroups. This
is a Bad Thing. :)

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http://www.blakjak.demon.co.uk/mul_crss.htm

giannis wired wrote:
> i have 2000 domain and all users have roaming profiles w2k
> Suddenly when a user log off a window pop up and a
> synchronize begin in folder where the profiles are.
>
> how can i stop that and how this synchronization was enable
> without i change anything
>
> thank you
 
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I would like to thank you for your answer and you have
right about many posting with tha same subject but i didnt
know what excatlcy was so to post it in the right part
anyway sory and thank you again
>-----Original Message-----
>Hi - see my reply in m.p.win2000.active.directory - if
you need to post to
>multiple groups, it's best to do so all at once in a
single message
>(separate the NG names with commas) so that everyone can
follow the thread.
>A lot of people subscribe to multiple groups, and this
way you won't be
>asking anyone to reproduce someone else's work, and
everyone can benefit.
>
>Crossposting = posting once to several newsgroups within
a single message.
>This is not a Bad Thing (presuming the list of groups
posted to is small,
>and all the groups are truly relevant to your question)
>
>Multiposting = posting separate, identical posts to
several newsgroups. This
>is a Bad Thing. :)
>
>See http://www.aspfaq.com/etiquette.asp?id=5003 and
>http://www.blakjak.demon.co.uk/mul_crss.htm
>
>giannis wired wrote:
>> i have 2000 domain and all users have roaming profiles
w2k
>> Suddenly when a user log off a window pop up and a
>> synchronize begin in folder where the profiles are.
>>
>> how can i stop that and how this synchronization was
enable
>> without i change anything
>>
>> thank you
>
>
>.
>
 
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No problem - hope my suggestion as to fixing the problem helped. Post back
if it didn't... :)

Giannis Wired wrote:
> I would like to thank you for your answer and you have
> right about many posting with tha same subject but i didnt
> know what excatlcy was so to post it in the right part
> anyway sory and thank you again
>> -----Original Message-----
>> Hi - see my reply in m.p.win2000.active.directory - if you need to
>> post to multiple groups, it's best to do so all at once in a single
>> message (separate the NG names with commas) so that everyone can
>> follow the thread. A lot of people subscribe to multiple groups, and
>> this way you won't be asking anyone to reproduce someone else's
>> work, and everyone can benefit.
>>
>> Crossposting = posting once to several newsgroups within a single
>> message. This is not a Bad Thing (presuming the list of groups
>> posted to is small, and all the groups are truly relevant to your
>> question)
>>
>> Multiposting = posting separate, identical posts to several
>> newsgroups. This is a Bad Thing. :)
>>
>> See http://www.aspfaq.com/etiquette.asp?id=5003 and
>> http://www.blakjak.demon.co.uk/mul_crss.htm
>>
>> giannis wired wrote:
>>> i have 2000 domain and all users have roaming profiles w2k
>>> Suddenly when a user log off a window pop up and a
>>> synchronize begin in folder where the profiles are.
>>>
>>> how can i stop that and how this synchronization was enable
>>> without i change anything
>>>
>>> thank you
>>
>>
>> .