Re: Temporary Internet Files
If these files result from you backing up the profiles directory directly
from the client workstations, then you will have to use the exclude entries
in the DSM.OPT to prevent these files being backed up.
If you have implemented roaming profiles and you are backing up the roaming
profiles from a central server, you can still use exclude entries in the
DSM.OPT to prevent these files being backed up. However you may also want
to think about preventing the internet cache files from being copied back
as part of the roaming profile. This will save you a lot of primary disk
storage, and also improve the time taken to copy the profiles to and from
the workstations during logon/off.
Microsoft have a number of knowledge base articles on their web site
relating to this - see Q188692 and Q185255.
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