I currently have a group policy deployed such that all users have their my documents folders redirected to \\server1\Shares. I recently installed server2 and want to move the data there. A few questions:
1. Overall, what's the best way to do it?
2. Do I simply update the group policy to point to the new server? If I do that, does the client machine automatically move the data or is that something I need to do manually?
Note that we have several thousand users, so we should plan for that.
Modifying the GPO "WILL" move the redirected folders.
Two things that need to be done.
1. You to make sure that you have "Move contents of Desktop to new location" checked. Repeat this for My Documents
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