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08 Jul 10 09 - Powershell - TS Home Directory

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I have a rare problem.

I have set the TSHomeDrive and TSHomeDirectory property of a user at a Windows Server 2008 through PowerShell (v2.0).
I use Quest ActiveRoles Management Shell cmdlets to make these changes. This is the command I run:

Set-QADUser $id -TsHomeDrive "H" -TsHomeDirectory $TSHome

When I try to login to a TS with this user the home drive is not mapped.

Open the user AD object and set TSHomeDirectory to Local Path, then set it back to Connect. Log back in.

I am looking for a way to get this to work by just setting these settiings in PowerShell. The domain functional level is 2003, but the command ran from a 2008 AD controller (still 2003 functional level)

Please ask for more details relevant to this if you feel I left something out.
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