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Is there a way in active directory or group policy to force a user to save all files on their desktop to a network drive?
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Question by:Maquinaloca
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You can use Folder redirection and redirect the desktop to home drive.

Check these docs. It may be of help to you

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/q242557/
http://www.windowsnetworking.com/articles_tutorials/Profile-Folder-Redirection-Windows-Server-2003.html

Hope this helps
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by:Steve Knight
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You can redirect desktop to a network drive (e.g. homdir\desktop) with a folder redirection policy.  You can hide the C: drive and you can redirect my documents to a network drive (e.g. home dir).  Any of these any good for you?

Steve
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Well I wont bother finding a link then as inbarasan got there as the same time as me :-)
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