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Redirecting My Documents to UserShares not RedirectedFolders

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I have two servers; one running Small Business Server 2008 and a second running Windows Server 2008 which acts as my Terminal Server.

I have a number of remote users connecting via the Terminal Server and I would like to redirect their "My Documents" folder to their folder in UserShares and not their folder in RedirectedFolders.

I know there is a Folder Redirection option in SBS Console but I believe this redirects to RedirectFolder folders.

Is there a way to setup folder redirection to the UserShares folder, perhaps by Group Policy?
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The instructions provided in the Technet article worked a treat. I did have to set permission on each Home Folder so the individual user had ownership of their folder but it worked a treat.
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