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Redirecting Termainl Server Profiles

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On Terminal Server 2008 R2 we decided to redirect the TS Profiles through GPO to \\fileserver\tsprofiles$. This is a folder on the fileserver which is shared.

The problem is that I don't really know what SECURITY and SHARING settings to set on this folder to make this work properly. I tried several settings and nothing really worked. Sometimes a userfolder was created (eg. \\fileserver\tsprofiles$\jdoe) but had not the permission to add files. I don't want to create all folders myself - all I want is when a user logs on, to get this folder created automatically with the right permissions.

So what do I have to set on that intial folder on the fileserver (eg. d:\profiles\tsprofiles)

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Damn, all I was missing was the "CREATOR OWNER"... thanks a lot man!
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Thank you!
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