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Old 07-13-2006, 11:02 AM   #1 (permalink)
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As I have Blackberry users accessing our server via VPNs, xp profile size is an issue to speed up logging in and out. I have noticed that users that have Blackberry Desktop Manager installed, have XP Profiles that include a Research In Motion directory under Application Data which, in one particular users case, has 10MB in it. This slows up the VPN login/ logout considerably.

Anyone know how important this stuff is/ what use it is etc or can I trash it and exclude it from the profile?
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If your using BES 4.0+, and everything is synching wirelessly, you do not need the BDM installed. If you can, I would uninstall BDM which should remove the data from the profile.
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Thanks. The users are syncing wirelessly so I'll see if the users can do without BDM. If not, I'll set a registry entry to exclude the folder from writing back to their roaming profile.
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