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Windows 7 Profiles and Folder Redirection

Posted on 2012-03-19
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We have a mxiture of Windows 7 and Windows XP computers. The XP computers were already setup for desktop folder redirection. Is there a way of combining the two O/S's into one desktop folder redirection or having two different desktop profiles for each on a domain controller hosting either 2003 or 2008, which would allow desktop icons to be added to either the XP or Win 7 desktop from the server?
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use Grouppolicy to configure folder redirection it is easy and flexible either of OS XP or win 7
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