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Stop 2003 Saving My Docs on clients' machines

Posted on 2011-03-18
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I am using Server 2003 with XP Pro SP3 clients. I have limited Hard disk space omn the client computers and want to stop the My Documents folder being saved to the client computer.

I have a GPO set up

How do I do this?

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OK - I am already using this and have disabled offline files, but I am still ending up with the My Documents being saved on the client computer.
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use command gpresult -v to check gpo on client PC
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Get ERROR:not founf when i run this
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try gpresult /v . or  gpresult without switch
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