Windows 7 Folder Redirection

I am having an issue with a new Dell laptop running Windows7 Professional.  The laptop has been joined to the domain.  I am unable to successfully get the end user's Documents folder to sync with the corresponding documents folder on our server.  I have had no issue with any other units that have been deployed running Windows7.  The only way to access the end user's documents folder on the server is through the mapped network drive.  She is accustomed to opening her My Documents folder on her laptop to find all data there.  That is not happening at this time.
charismatic100Asked:
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louisreevesCommented:
The key needed piece of information is what kind of domain are we joined to? if the Domain is a 2003, there is an update needed to have windows 7 compatibility.

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en/winserverGP/thread/ed8e555a-5d1b-4608-9008-332aacfb85e5

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charismatic100Author Commented:
Domain is server 2008
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charismatic100Author Commented:
Dell Vostro 1014 laptop running Windows 7 Professional 32-bit OS, joined to domain.
Domain is 2008.
With XP Pro, My documents folder synced any offline changes with mapped network folder when laptop reconnected with the network.
User has added mapped network folder to Documents library on laptop in an effort to establish a sync relationship.  This has failed.  There is a message, "Some library features are unavailable due to unsupported library locations."
This laptop is the first Windows 7 unit to present with the issue of not syncing with the user's network folder.
I have also tried enabling offline availability with no success.  I am obviously missing a step.
Any suggetions?  
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charismatic100Author Commented:
After reversing the steps that the end user had implemented, following the instructions provided by the link provided the solution.
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