I have a GPO that redirects everyone's My Documents folder to \\%HOMESHARE%%HOMEPATH% it has been working great. However I have recently Wiped & Reloaded the server where everyone's Home Folder is stored. I have updated the path in AD and I have triple checked the share & security permissions on each folder and they are correct. The Server even kept the same name that it had before the Wipe & Reload. The only difference is I hide the users share.
Before Wipe & Reload - \\%HOMESHARE%%HOMEPATH% = \\servername\users\staff\%USERNAME%
After Wipe & Reload - \\%HOMESHARE%%HOMEPATH% = \\servername\users$\staff\%USERNAME%
My understanding was that since the GPO is set to redirect to \\%HOMESHARE%%HOMEPATH% that once I changed the path in AD it should automatically redirect to the correct folder. Provided the Security permissions are set correctly. As I mentioned I have triple checked both the Share & Security Permissions and I am certain they are correct.
I believe that you need to move the profile folder out of documents and setting log back in with the existing user account and this should start the redirection process. You can then copy items from the
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