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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Monique Semp
> Sent: August-27-12 5:07 PM
> To: TechWR-L
> Subject: Re: Where'd my thumbnails go?
> I did a quick google search because the problem seemed interesting,
> here's something that might be the issue: not enough disk space! No,
> intuitive at all, but I found quite a few suggestions similar to this
> well-explained one:
> And since you had the problem on one computer but not another, it
> might be
> logical (and not VPN related).
It's a new server, with terabytes of unused storage. The VM in which
my material resides has about 120GB of virgin territory, since we only
just started populating it with our first two projects.
On the laptop that I'm using to access the VM, I have 8GB of memory,
and oodles of room in the hard disk.
If I get the problem again, I'll try some of the other links he provided.
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