troubleshooting Question

Configuring a new Windows Server 2003 Group Policy Object

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(I've tried to do my homework but I'm still stuck.  I've downloaded and printed "Create a new Group Policy Object" and "Redirect My Documents to the home directory").
I need to implement Fiolder Redirection, so that all my domain users have their My Documents located on the central server.
I have a teacher, Teacher1, belonging to a group called Teachers.   (Right?)
I think the next step is to create a new Group Policy object associated with the Teachers group, which simply a)  Assigns Teacher1's Home Directory to a shared folder on Server1, and b) Redirects Teacher1's My Documents to a Documents folder in Teacher1's Home Directory.
BUT when I right-click on the Teachers group that I see beneath the domain name, I don't see an option to create a new Group Policy Object.  
Thanks in advance for your help!
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