we have a 2003 domain. we have xp pro pcs mapped to 2003 server shares. the Home directory for staff is on the file server shares. we have staff personal folders randomly changing to my documents. the icons are changint to a file folder with piece of paper on it. which is different. we have 4 folders that now have the same name but different owners in ntfs security. they are somehow linked together. renaming 1 folder renames them all. any thoughts?? thanks
could you be a little more explicit when you say, personal folders are changing to my documents?
You mean that any random folder a user creates, can/will/has probability to change its name to "My Documents"
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