I may be wrong on this, but I thought that the temp files created are always so small in size that it shouldn't matter. They would never be larger than the size of the original document themselves. For example, I just opened a 24k text document and a 1k temp file was created. John Hardwick President nXio, LLC. www.nxio.net <http://www.nxio.net/> 913-754-8120 x125 Fax: 913-754-8113 ________________________________ From: thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Nagarajan Haridas Sent: Wednesday, March 30, 2005 12:26 AM To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx; thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [THIN] Tmp File creation size in Citrix Application Servers Hi I have 10 Citrix Terminal Servers and MSWord is published in Citrix Metframe XPe . I have 10 concurrent users per server also. Normally when a user creates /opens an existing word(.doc) document a set of temporary files gets created in the C:\Documents & Settings\ %username%\local settings\Temp\ Folder. If 10 concurrent users use the MSword there should be a bottleneck of space in the C:\ Drive Anybody can give an idea what would be the maximum size of the .tmp file creation by MSword / windows 2000 server that it supports or is there any way that we can set through registry or somewhere else? Thanks _________ Nagarajan Haridas "This message is not an official communication of SLK Software. The sender of this message is neither acting as an agent nor in any other capacity for or on behalf of SLK Software. SLK Software accepts no responsibility or liability in connection with the posting of this message."