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Relocation of "My Document" folder when using redirection

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I have "My Document" redirection for my users on one server running Win2003 on share \\server1\userdata\.  I have recently purchase another server with Win2003 server with a built in RAID and want to migrate over the data.  To test, I created an OU and placed one machine and user in it with a copy of the redirection GPO with the destination folder changed to pointing at the other server.  It is not working.  What am I doing wrong.
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gpupdate /force
reboot....might help :)

check user rights (share lvl by default are read only) on destination folder

install gpmc and simulate

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