Server 2008 Reboot rearranges workstation desktop icons - how to stop


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We have a windows server 2008 network which when rebooted will rearrang
all workstation desktops (icons). If there a method to retain th
workstation desktop icon arraingements on a server reboot? Desktops ar
stored on server for backup purposes

Thanks

Davi
 
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Peter Foldes

You should direct all server related issues to the server newsgroup

microsoft.public.windows.server.general

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Guest

NICE 2 SEE YOU AGAIN ALIAS! SO THIS IS WHERE YOU HAVE BEEN HIDING OUT! I
MISSED YOU! THINGS WERE NOT QUITE THE SAME WITH OUT YOUR LINUX TALK IN
MICROSOFT.PUBLIC.WINDOWS.VISA.GENERAL! JUST FYI!
 
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Guest

PETER, YOU SHOULD KNOW BY NOW THAT MICROSOFT IS SHUTTING DOWN THEIR NNTP
SERVERS, JUST FYI!
 
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I apoligize for posting here, this forum has no server forum, but
thought there were some intellignet answers prodived to other question
here.

Adio
Davi
 
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Seth

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We have a windows server 2008 network which when rebooted will rearrange
all workstation desktops (icons). If there a method to retain the
workstation desktop icon arraingements on a server reboot? Desktops are
stored on server for backup purposes.
As others have pointed out, you will probably get a better response on a
server centric newsgroup or forum.

That said, you should also provide more information. now, by "windows
server 2008 network" are you merely referring to a server and it's the
various admins who login in there that get reset when the server reboots? Is
it a server that desktop users 9Win7, Vista, XP, etc...) are using for their
"home share" with "roaming profiles" where the configuration is being
changed/reset?

Information like that would make it so people can better get an idea of the
environment and hopefully provide helpful feedback.
 
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Bill Yanaire, ESQ

NICE 2 SEE YOU AGAIN ALIAS! SO THIS IS WHERE YOU HAVE BEEN HIDING OUT! I
MISSED YOU! THINGS WERE NOT QUITE THE SAME WITH OUT YOUR LINUX TALK IN
MICROSOFT.PUBLIC.WINDOWS.VISA.GENERAL! JUST FYI!
Oh so you missed your boy toy Alias! LOL! I am sure Alias misses your
right wing nutjob ass also!

HA HA HA HA - My best advice for a retard like yourself - Donate your
computer to charity. You're too stupid to use it! LOL!
 
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Bill Yanaire, ESQ

Why do you apologize for others? Oh I forgot. You're a mental case. Oops.

Just FYI.
 
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Peter Foldes

That is one of the newsgroups that still exists until Oct of this year

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Guest

SPAM!

Bill Yanaire said:
Oh so you missed your boy toy Alias! LOL! I am sure Alias misses your
right wing nutjob ass also!

HA HA HA HA - My best advice for a retard like yourself - Donate your
computer to charity. You're too stupid to use it! LOL!
 
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Bill Yanaire, ESQ

There you go again thinking you can find SPAM when in reality you can only
shit yourself. HA HA HA HA HA - Loser.

Just FYI.
 

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