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Posted on 2011-03-07
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Created a group policy for my docs redirect.  Made a test users folder and put 5 of the 50 users in it.  Works fine.  I need to take 1 of the users out and put them back in the users folder where they were originally.  This should take away the my docs redirect from their user name correct?  I can't seem to tell it to stop doing redirect on this user.  It's like it's permanent.  They are not in the test OU anymore,  and I even unchecked link enabled and link enforced for the policy on everyone and it sitll keeps using the policy when I put the user back.  I must be missing one area to stop this policy from working.  I have logged them off and done a gpupdate /force.  
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by:Sikhumbuzo Ntsada
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Check under the properties of the user name, see attached file for an example.


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Then tick local and make sure there is nothing set, it will default back to normal.

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by:mkramer777
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Nope.  All of the users, even the ones in the test OU show local path checked with nothing showing to the right of it.  
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by:mkramer777
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must of been a timing thing, now it works.  One more question.  So I don't lose any information from the server and the user, should I do a sync before I take the users I need and put them back to their original location?  If I don't do a sync I would think that the server might have some files that the user does not have on their computer.  We are using offline files.  This is why I am asking.  When you sync it puts the my docs files on the  server and in a folder called offline files.  Will these offline files be put back into C:\documents and settings\"username"\mydocuments ?
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by:mkramer777
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Do you think this group policy only stopped working when I took them out of the test ou or when I unchecked link enabled,  enforced?
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any answers
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