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Hi there

I have terminal server 2008r2 i created GPO and i linked on OU where is all my users  
i redirected from the GPO the folder documents for all user.

"my users login to the server by terminal RDP"

now i changed the path of redircation in the GPO and now I have big issue some from my user got the change and the other still point to the old path rediraction.

I login to the DC and run gpoupdate /force and also i ran this command in the terminal

thanks ,
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Try deleting their local profiles on the TS and log them back in...

Also make sure the users are not part of the Guests Group in AD
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thanks its solved my problem

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the expert respond correct
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excellent solution
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