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Folder Redirection Group Policy Not updating My docs information following SBS2003 to SBS2011 Migration

Posted on 2011-03-18
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Hi

We have recently migrated to WIndows SBS 2011 from SBS 2003.

All went very well accept the My Documents Folder Redirection Policy is not updating on the client machines.

We have force updated group policy on the client machines and have checked that it has been applied however the policy is still not updating the actual location of the my documents folder.

The old group policy objects have been removed and we are now a little stuck.

Any help grately appreiciated.

NeilParbrook
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On you Windows client, if you run RSOP.msc, what policies are applied?
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by:NeilParbrook
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Hi

The policy Error info states...

Folder Redirection Failed due to the error listed below.
Cannot complete this function.

Thats it!!
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What version is the Windows client?

Have you checked the Windows event viewer for further errors?
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by:NeilParbrook
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Hi nappy_d

Had I had looked at the event log I would have seen the proble with the old my docs location and fixed it!!!

I didn't do that and thanks very much for pointing it out.

Great Stuff.

Neil
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