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Locally Cache Mac OS X Network Login Folders
Authored by: iordonez on Apr 11, '06 10:49:56AM
I went over this one my site also, but only goes through steps for linking the Caches folder. Speed increase can be noticed on both Wireless and Wired clients. Also when linking just caches folder you don't have to worry about losing any data, system weirdness, or filling up the local HDD.

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Locally Cache Mac OS X Network Login Folders
Authored by: eppler on Apr 17, '06 10:41:40AM

Hmm, I'll probably modify mine to do this as well and test it. I symlinked the entire folder because sometimes we have login weirdness and the only way to fix it is deleting the Library folder for that user. Where I work, the Library folder can be deleted at any time, we do not use Entourage, so we don't have to worry about data loss. Thanks.



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