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Error login Windows 7 session in Windows Server 2008 R2 Domain

Posted on 2011-09-12
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I've just join a computer (Windows 7) to an existing domain (Windows 2008 R2) and I have problems with one of the domain's user. This user has so far worked with Windows XP on the same domain.

Network error
Windows can not access
\\local_computer\mydocs$\user\Desktop

Only this user shows this error. The documents are redirected to a data server.
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Hello, have you tried removing the GP which applies the desktop and documents redirect? If it works once removed then try putting the path into the Windows 7 "RUN" command line and see what happens. Maybe try the path by IP rather than host name.

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