what do you move when using Returnil ?

Discussion in 'sandboxing & virtualization' started by Long View, Oct 27, 2007.

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  1. Long View

    Long View Registered Member

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    I use Returnil and Deepfreeze on different machines with C: for my OS and Programs and data on another drive.

    This means I have to move something from C: to D:

    1) My docs
    2) Outlook pst files
    3) Firefox Profiles
    4) roboform data

    do other move other files ? I Know that IE could be moved but as I don't use it I haven't bothered. could or should parts of firefox be left on C: ?
     
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    I installed Returnil last week and to the F:partition I moved both me/Owner and my daughters: My Docs, FF profiles & Favorites. Since I don't use e-mail on that box and she uses web-mail, OL.PST isn't necessary.
    My user profile is only there for supervisory purposes, I don't use that box.

    I'm now in the process of trialling SharowDefender, but since support is minimal to zip, I think I'll return to Returnil.

    ...screamer
     
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    perhaps that's why it's sometimes referred to as shallow defender ?
     
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