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I want to use the group policy option to redirect the My Documents folder from local workstations to a network share.   I can do that but my question is can do i have to do the whole folder or can i exempt some sub folders from the My Dcouments folder.

ex: I do not want to redirect the MyMusic or MyPictures Folder to a network share,
I would like to keep those local.
is this possible????
thanks
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