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Folder redirection stops working when loopback processing is enabled.

Posted on 2008-06-23
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I have a user based group policy that uses start menu folder redirection.  I am creating a directory on the workstation local hard drive and pointing the start menu to it in the group policy.  I have a computer OU called 'Test', and I have a group policy under that that has policy loopback processing enabled in the computer settings, and under that same OU I have a group policy that has start menu folder redirection enabled in the user settings.  When I enable loopback processing, the folder redirection stops working.  The folder redirection works if it is applied to a user OU, but I want the custom start menu for anyone who logs into that machine.  What is wrong?

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/328008

The link above kind of addresses my problem, but I haven't been able to solve this problem.
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Question by:CousinDupree
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USe RSoP to see if you don't have any GPO confilict first. Then if you need that GPO to be applied only on a machine is better to use machine account to filter that GPO.

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