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Upgraded from the beta client to release 2 and now find that my old folders on my d: drive can no longer be added, only folders under my c:/docs and settings/user. I have a separate drive for data and this is where my documents resides.

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I think you are talking about Ubuntu One on Windows.

You could try to create a Juction (a NTFS symbolic link) inside your User folder, that point to folder in D:. Here you can download the Junction utility:

I have not tried it, but may work.

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Thanks. I have come up with a few work around,s, but I really liked the way the beta worked and was hoping it would not change as drastically. – user25898 Sep 29 '11 at 21:04

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