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      12th Jan 2005
Can anyone tell me where the Terminal Services Profile Path and Home
Directory is located in AD. I thought it would be in the user object but
can't find it there. I am trying to import this information in from a CSV
file. Even after creating a test user and doing a CSVDE export with those
fields filled in with data they did not show up in the export.

Thanks,
Ed

 
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