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We have a network. 3 Mac's, 1 server. Whenever 1 of our employees uses her Mac which IS NOT the server, the icons on the servers desktop get renamed to various things or sites she was online doing. Thoughts? has anyone seen this before?
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what do you mean?

If she logs into the server and then goes to a google for example, an item on the server will be renamed to google?

What OS is she running and what OS is the server running? Does she have experience on computers and its just not user error?

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Both systems are Leopard.....and she doesn't even use the server to access the Internet. She uses her own Mac but the icons ON THE SERVER get renamed like you mentioned.....I've never seen it before and it has me stumped....please help...Thanks!
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