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The Group policy GPO Settings Report shows items such as User Configuration\Windows Settings\Folder Redirection\Desktop\Setting:Basic\and a path.  But when I go to edit the policy it shows nothing there.   It says "there are no items to show in this view".  How do I modify these settings?
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That is normal.  Just right click on the folder you want to modify (desktop) and click on properties.  It will show you your current settings and let you change them.

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Thanks guys
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