Forcing users to save to there network home folder.

Posted on 2006-05-22
Last Modified: 2010-03-18
We are running Windows Server 2003 server with Windows XP clients. All our users have a home directory. What I would Like to do is force all the users to save to there network Home folder on the server and disable there lacal drive.Also I am thinking about creating a My Documents for in there netowork home drive.
Question by:melvinsanders
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    Accepted Solution

    Hi melvinsanders,

    good idea, use folder redirection which works like a charm in 2k3
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    Expert Comment

    As Jay_jay70 said, use folder redirection,

    but also, in group policies, switch off Offline files, causing all data to be directly written to the DC's as & when it happens, Offline files for me was a complete waste as some files couldnt be sync'd etc.

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