|May 21, 2010, 10:48 AM||#1|
Expanded folders visible to all users on network...why?
I am working in a lab with say 20 workstations and one os x server. Whenever I (or any given user) expands a directory it shows up as such to all other users. So if I forget to collapse the directory, everyone gets irritated. I am being told to simply double click the folder I want to open a new window. This is different than I am used to working (on win 2003 server) and it will be a hard habit to break…the question is whether or not it is possible to keep each user from seeing the folder behavior of the other users. It seems a little silly for it to be this way. Other than that I am actually loving my new mac home.
|May 21, 2010, 04:09 PM||#3|
Are they using a Admin account on the server (roaming account)?
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