We've discovered that on workstations where the user home directories
are on a different drive to the windows system (eg D:\Documents and
Settings and C:\Windows, C:\Program Files), that iFolder 2.1.7 installs
its program components to C:\Program Files\Novell\iFolder (as expected),
but incorrectly creates D:\Program Files\Novell\iFolder and in that
directory creates .\save\<username> and .\<username>, these directories
appear to be the cache of the iFolder user dat.

The directory D:\Program Files" does not exist prior to the iFolder
client being installed.

Does anyone know how to force the iFolder client to create its cache in
the correct place and not to create these directories?