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Group Policy Issue with folder redirection

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Hello Experts ,

I have a group policy issue I have not found the answer to.
The user is under the right OU and according to the GPMC > Group Policy Results Wizard it is applying the correct group policy where the folder redirection rules reside.
The group policy results wizard reported a failure in the folder redirection because it was trying to create a folder.
This is the error reported.
Redirection options=0x9211. The following error occurred: cannot create folder.

Would someone be able to shed some light on this ?
I was guided to this article but the content was very general.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc775853%28WS.10%29.aspx

Any assistance would be appreciated.
Thank you.
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by:johnb6767
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Whats the actual error in the Event Log>Application Log, source "Folder Redirection" from the client?
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First thing, check Permissions.
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Try to go to the folder with UNC & create a folder to see if user actually has rights.
To be more clear, please see below:
http://www.grouppolicy.biz/2010/08/best-practice-roaming-profiles-and-folder-redirection-a-k-a-user-virtualization/

Check out the part where share is set for Folder Redirections.

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by:lineonecorp
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Thanks for the tips. Let me try and get back to you.
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It turns out the issue is related with a SID that was not understood by the Active Directory. We also added in the co-owner permissions.

Thanks.
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