We have an environment with three terminal servers running Server 2003 Standard and a file server running Server 2008 Standard. Application Data, My Documents, Desktop, etc are redirected by group policy to the file server. Well we had a problem with the file server crashing and it is being replaced. In the meantime because we had another server running 2003 Standard R2 we decided to implement DFS for redundancy. So the new namespaces are created, replicating folders, etc. I changed the group policy to redirect folders to the new DFS namespace path instead of going direct to the file server. The policies took but performance is worse now and some people are reporting missing files, etc. I've checked the registry for the file server path and the entries for the redirected folder paths are still there in addition to the domain namespace paths.
Is there an easy way to clean this up? I'm afraid to go through the registry trying to manually clean up the old registry entries and plus we have quite a few users.