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    Junior Member Sambo's Avatar
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    Outlook Vpn

    Hi there all,

    merry xmas to everyone

    At present i have a couple of users working from home and have allowed vpn accesses to their files and network drives but i also have there pst outlook files stored on the server and this aint a problem to run if they are in the building but it seems when they vpn in outlook becomes a little bit unstable and outllook sometimes allows access to the file or i have to point it towards the file which is not a problem but qutie a few times it causes it to crash.

    Any one with any good ideas??????

    this would prove must useful if i could get it to run smoothly


    cheers

    sam

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    Friendly Neighborhood Super Moderator phishhead's Avatar
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    most likely their network drive that the pst resides on is not mapped on the laptop. I see this all the time at work since our remote users login script do not map their home dir. I usually map the drive first then have the customer open the Outlook client back up.



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    Junior Member Sambo's Avatar
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    Cheers i will give that a go and let you know how it goes

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