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How to set up redirected folders with SBS server 2003

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Can somebody please advise me how to set up redirected folders on a MS SBS server 2003.

I will give a simple example,

I have 3 users set up in active directory, lee, john and steve
I want to set up redirected folders to redirect their "My Documents" folder to a on the server rather than it being stored on their local XP machine.
Can you please advise me what i need to do in terms of setting up the folders on the server, any sharing / permisions required on those folders and active directory/ GPO settings required.
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You have a graphical example here. Is from Windows 200 I think, but its exact the same procedure than SBS.
http://www.windowsdevcenter.com/pub/a/windows/2004/08/24/folder_redirect.html
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