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File mapping & Location manager
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Nov 25, 1999, 03:25 PM
The file mapping settings in the Internet control panel only apply to the current set. When you change your active set, say by means of the location manager, so does your file mapping settings. Is there any way to make the file mappings "global" to all the locations? The only way around this problem that I have found is to manually make any change to the file mappings in every location.
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Nov 26, 1999, 12:11 PM
You could set the file mappings the way you want to, make several copies of that particular set, then set each copy up as far as the other variables go. That would leave your mappings correct, but allow you to change the other options.

Hope this helps.
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