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Change redirected my documents folder location on XP workstation

Posted on 2012-12-21
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User's name changed. In AD I changed the name and the changed the user share to Z:\servername\users\newusername. Renamed old username share to new name.
Users workstation is XP and cannot edit the properties of My Documents. How can I change the properties so that it looks for the renamed user share.
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You went too far too quickly, rename the old share back to what it was and let it create the new share and move things over by itself.
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