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    Saving Info on Server (Windows XP)

    Is there a way to set up my office computer so that all of my work is automatically saved to the P drive (I mean the Department Shared Drive on the Exchange Server) whenever I shut down my computer?

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    Re: Saving Info on Server (Windows XP)

    Seems to me that you'll need to setup individual applications to save to this P drive (a mapped drive, I assume) as the default save location. Having done that, I would hope that Windows will warn you that you have "open" work that needs to be saved. Unless you create a "script" to do specific saves, I don't think there's a blanket proecdure you can use, except to setup a default and say "Yes" when Windows prompts you to save your work.

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    Re: Saving Info on Server (Windows XP)

    You could just save all your volatile documents to the P: drive as a default location, avoiding having any data on your local PC.

    StuartR

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