Folder Redirection

I want to set up Folder Redirection on a networked Windows XP machine.  I open the gpedit.msc and navigate to User Configuration -> Windows Settings.  Everything I read tells me that's where the Folder Redirection policy should be.  But it's not there - only Scripts, Security Settings, IE Maintenance.  Please help!
johnalphaoneAsked:
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Dark_KingCommented:
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johnalphaoneAuthor Commented:
"You cannot set the Folder Redirection policy setting on a Microsoft Windows XP SP2-based computer that also uses Group Policy settings to customize Microsoft Internet Explorer."

Doesn't apply - we're not using GP to customise IE.
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Dark_KingCommented:
Click on Computer Configuration, Administrative Template, then for
Windows 2000: you must click Views, then uncheck "Show Policies Only", and for
XP: View, Filtering, and then uncheck "Only show policy settings that can be fully managed".
You'll need to do this for both Machine and User, if you want to use both.
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Dark_KingCommented:
If you need adm file you can use this

http://www.novell.com/coolsolutions/tools/14387.html
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Dark_KingCommented:
I have colected som adm files you can use if you need.
http://big.park.se/files/extra/policy/files/adm/
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johnalphaoneAuthor Commented:
Thanks.  I've got it now.
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Dark_KingCommented:
THX.

Remember all policy that’s not fully managed can't restore value you have before.
 If you need that you can add your default setting to adm file an push it out.

If you need help with adm files you can read this
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=225087

http://big.park.se/files/extra/policy/FAQs/FAQ.htm
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