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Windows Server 2008 not mapping home folders properly

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I installed a new TS server that is running Windows 2008 server.  Our old server was 2003 and it mapped everyones homefolder properly...2008 doesn't.  The path is \\server\staff\user...2008 only does \\server\staff.  It never finishes the path to user.
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Is this set in AD or GPO?

\\server\staff\%username% ?
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