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  1. #1
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    Aug 2008
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    Default Moving Zimbra desktop 2 beta 1 data folder

    Is there any way the data folder can be moved in Zimbra desktop 2 beta 1 from one drive to another. I do like to keep as little as possible on C drive and always keep all user data on D drive. However, in Windows 7 32 bit Home Premium, the default Users folder is in C drive. I want to have Zimbra data folders in the same D:\Zimbra\Zimbra Desktop\... where I have the installed program files for Zimbra (not the default location in Users... folder).

    The default behavior in ZD 1 was to have data folders in same tree as installed program files. In ZD 2, it is changed to segregate data for different users.

  2. #2
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    Feb 2007
    Portland, OR
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    It's been discussed before in this thread, with this being a response from one of the ZD engineers:

    The relevant bug is:

  3. #3
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    Jun 2009
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    Hi, the first link you reported is not reachable anymore.
    The second doesn't give any usefull information.

    I also tried to use symbolic link over a smb volume (windows 7)
    cd /User/<name>/AppData/Local/
    (manualy move the folder Zimbra in O:\)
    mklink /D Zimbra O:\Zimbra

    The process zdesktop dies almost right away.
    It's able to create some folders:
    Zimbra/Zimbra Desktop
    but there are no files.

    Any suggestion?

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