Hi guys, I'm supporting a Windows network with 25+ Macs in the environment running the most recent version Snow Leopard. Here's how things are set up: - Computers joined to the domain using Centrify DirectControl (works great so far) - User Active Directory accounts have a home folder set up on a Windows Server 2008 file server with appropriate file/share permissions. - Mobile accounts are set up for users on their computers and home sync is enabled in Mobile Account Preferences when the Mobile Accounts were created. My Documents (created folder, not the default "Documents"), Pictures and Desktop are being synced every hour, at login and at logout. FileVault protection is disabled. Everything was working great (manual syncs, automatic syncs), aside from not being able to get into the Mobile Account Preferences after creating a mobile account. After doing so, trying to go back to that screen to change settings forces System Preferences to close unexpectedly. This is the case for every single Macbook Pro in the environment and I haven't been able to find a fix for it. That's not my major problem however, I'm assuming I'll be able to change those settings using the Centrify server side software. Here's the major problem A week after setting up the computers, I had a user complain that all their synced files were missing. There was nothing on their Desktop, nothing in their Pictures folder and the My Documents folder that was created had disappeared. I checked the server and the files were also gone from the home folder share. I assumed it was an end-user error, checked their Trash and surely enough, the files were there. I was able to recover them and manually sync everything back to the server. Initially I thought that the files/folders were accidentally deleted, then a scheduled sync went off and the files were removed from the server. Recently, the exact same thing happened to 2 more users and I'm 100% sure it's not coincidence. There's no way that they deleted the exact same files accidentally. I checked the Windows Server 2008 fileserver and ensured that nothing weird was happening, like antivirus deleting files from the user home directory share. I'm absolutely cornered here. I've been researching this problem for the last 2 weeks and I can't find ANYTHING at all. Any help would be appreciated.