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How can I relocate cached files from their default location?

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I'm running Win2K Pro and NT4 Server. I log onto the Win2K box, map a drive from the NT4 Server to the W2K box and have it synchronize. I designate the mapped drive as "Available Off Line". My problem is all the files on the map drive are saved on the "C" drive. How do I designate it to save on a different drive? I'm assuming it's in the user profile, if that's the case, where in the user profile can I change this setting?
http://www.jsiinc.com/SUBI/tip4200/rh4230.htm has information about a utility called CacheMover, which lets you relocate the cached files from their default location. The default location is always %SystemRoot%csc.
This was first published in March 2004

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