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GPO Start Menu vs manually setting Start Menu

Posted on 2009-05-11
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I am setting a mandatory user profile for Remote Desktop users, and I am wandering what is better performance vise - to lock  Start Menu stuff with GPO, or to model the User Profile, and then lock changes it via GPO (less GPO rules).

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Redirect the start menu to a read only folder.  You do this with folder redirection in group policy.

http://www.windowsnetworking.com/articles_tutorials/Profile-Folder-Redirection-Windows-Server-2003.html
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You've just made my day

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