I have read several of the topics, and I haven't found one that has my scenario just yet. I have 5 servers on the network.
TS1 - Terminal Server 1 (Domain Controller)
TS2 - Terminal Server 2
Srv1 - Old DB (Domain Controller)
DB1 - Database Server (Domain Controller)
Ex1 - Exchange
Srv1 is dieing. We had to take it off the network due to hardware failures. We have been migrating the printer shares and file shares from Srv1 to DB1 for now.
I have completed pretty much everything. We are down to this last issue. I have 1 user that opens an RDP connection to DB1 and gets the following error when the session opens -
"\\Srv1\folder-redirect\user\Desktop not accessible. You might not have permission to use the network resource"
So obviously the users' desktop is located on the old Srv1 that is not on the network. Now I have copied over the user's profile folder to DB1.
How do I change the redirect Desktop for that User? I have tried to go into the User's properties and enter in the path in the "Profile" Path, but I still get this error. They utilize AD. I am assuming this is a policy issue? Where would I look to adjust this?
Thank you ahead of time for your help!