Difference between revisions of "Proquota"

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* Voor Firefox en Thunderbird is het verstandig om ervoor te kiezen je gebruikersprofiel op te slaan in My Documents (= home directory = H-schijf)
 
* Voor Firefox en Thunderbird is het verstandig om ervoor te kiezen je gebruikersprofiel op te slaan in My Documents (= home directory = H-schijf)
* C:\Documents and Settings en dan loginnaam is de plek waar je profile terecht komt. Het gaat hier om je Desktop, instellingen, etc. Deze ruimte is beperkt omdat het op en neer kopieren van je profile bij in- en uitloggen te veel tijd zou gaan kosten.  
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* C:\Documents and Settings\loginnaam is de plek waar je profile terecht komt. Het gaat hier om je Desktop, instellingen, etc. Deze ruimte is beperkt omdat het op en neer kopieren van je profile bij in- en uitloggen te veel tijd zou gaan kosten.  
 
* Je profile is niet bedoeld voor het opslaan van je documenten, doe dat in je Home-directory en niet op je desktop.
 
* Je profile is niet bedoeld voor het opslaan van je documenten, doe dat in je Home-directory en niet op je desktop.
 
* De backup software maakt onderscheid tussen Home directories (belangrijk) en andere spullen.
 
* De backup software maakt onderscheid tussen Home directories (belangrijk) en andere spullen.
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* For Firefox en Thunderbird it would be smart to save your userprofile somewhere under 'My Documents' (= home directory = H:\ drive).
 
* For Firefox en Thunderbird it would be smart to save your userprofile somewhere under 'My Documents' (= home directory = H:\ drive).
* C:\Documents and Settings and loginname is the place where your profile is stored. The profile contains your Desktop, settings, etc. The space for the profile is limited because otherwise it would take to much time for login/logout since the profile must be copied at that moment from/to the server.
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* C:\Documents and Settings\loginname is the place where your profile is stored. The profile contains your Desktop, settings, etc. The space for the profile is limited because otherwise it would take to much time for login/logout since the profile must be copied at that moment from/to the server.
 
* Your profile is not meant for storing your documents: store them in your Home directory and not on your desktop.  
 
* Your profile is not meant for storing your documents: store them in your Home directory and not on your desktop.  
 
* Backup software disciminates between Home directories (important) and other data.
 
* Backup software disciminates between Home directories (important) and other data.

Revision as of 13:35, 8 November 2007

  • For Firefox en Thunderbird it would be smart to save your userprofile somewhere under 'My Documents' (= home directory = H:\ drive).
  • C:\Documents and Settings\loginname is the place where your profile is stored. The profile contains your Desktop, settings, etc. The space for the profile is limited because otherwise it would take to much time for login/logout since the profile must be copied at that moment from/to the server.
  • Your profile is not meant for storing your documents: store them in your Home directory and not on your desktop.
  • Backup software disciminates between Home directories (important) and other data.