Is there any way I can point the iFolder client to a network drive
instead of the local drive, like a user's home directory?
So then the path would be H:\userid\my documents\ifolder\userid\home.
I can redirect "my documents easily enough", but I keep getting an
error about iFolder not having write access to the network location. I have
given rights to the iFolder server agent and the iFolder Proxy user,
but that didn't help.

I need it to be able to install to that drive, not just move it later.
We are using Windows 98 in a k12 school and want to use iFolder and not
leave the files behind on the local workstation. I could run a batch file to
delete it, but then everytime a student uses iFolder it has to


Barbara Gallegos