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Mapping the local drafts folder

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 27, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 

We have our Staging server in a DMZ and our Content Managers are required to login to this domain.

They have a requirement to edit documents. If the 'Use my local drafts folder' option is checked, the document is copied across the domains to a drafts folder on a shared drive.

We are about to close down this drive, so where do I go to re-map this path? Is it in Sharepoint or would it be my network profile settings?




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