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I created two GP one for the redi of the desktop the other to redi of the documents folder.
I created a root folder for both ( do i need to share them?) have have not.  the path is \\srv\desktop
\\srv\document
Everything worked, but I have to remove them, I recreated them and now only the GP of the desktop works, when I go to the syn icon i see that there is a path of \\srv\desktop, but not the \\srv\document.
I have deleted the GP, recreated, restarted the server and notthing,
What I'm I missing? How can Iget it to work again.
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noad
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noad
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ACollyerCommented:
Can you try running GPRESULT on your client machine and post the output here? It will be useful to see if the client is taking notice of the Documents policy.
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noadAuthor Commented:
OK
Sorry it took me so long to get back, but Ihave been working day and night on the network.
Here is what I did to fix my problem
I took of my GP and part of the GP was for the (Desktop & Documnets folder) to go back to the users.
Where I made my mistake was that I formatted the drive where I had the (desktop & documents)  folder before the GP was able to copy the information back to the users (Desktop & Document) folder.
So all that I had to d owas recreate the GP recreate the Desktop & Documents folder, put back all the users data into the fodler and let the GP replicate back to the users and it worked.

"ACollyer"
When I did the GPRESULT it made me aware!
Thanks
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