I have a problem.
My users are set up in AD to route the my documents folder to \\server\%username%, that doesnt always work..
No problem while the user use the same computer every day, but often when they change seats.. This also goes for other policyobjects like settings for desktop and so on..
How to work around and be sure that the policy is effective?
Would a line in the startupscript for reapplying the policy have any effect?
or is there any way to set the folders path in my startupscript directly?
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