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I am at lost with folder redirection.  I tried to set it up but failed.  How do i start right from the beginning, step by step procedure.  I have already created the shared folders but when I go to Group Policy I am lost.  Do I have to create a separate group and put all my users and folders in that group.  I am now created all my users in the built in User tab in active directory.  I only want to redirect the My Documents Folder from all the users.  When I go to Group Policy I cannot select the option where it says windows settings and then documents, Someone help me fast since I need to finish this job tomorrow.
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