I could have sworn I asked this question before and got responses but it ain't in my question list. :>(
I am using folder redirection for Desktop and Documents on our network I disable off-line files for security reasons. With Windows XP when you removed a laptop from the network, i.e go travelling, it would create a temporary set of folders one could write to. Windows 7 (perhaps Vista too, I avoided it) does seem to create a temporary folder but prevents writing to it. This prevents some programs form working.
So is there any way one can set up a situation where, when removed from the network, the profile defaults to a local desktop and documents folder that is writeable?