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I've inherited a 2008 server with 20 or so group policies.

I wish to remove folder redirection from one XP user.

I went to the delegation tab, advanced button of the policy I wish NOT to affect the user and added the user account and "denied" all permissions.

I then rebooted the users machine, logged in and opened My Pictures.  The address still shows/indicates redirection.

Am I missing something here?
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Question by:classnet
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ckluka earned 2000 total points
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Try running "gpupdate /force" on the user's machine, to ensure his machine is correctly updating group policy.
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by:Nick Rhode
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You have to remove them from the policy or out of the ou the policy applies to.  Do a gpupdate /force and reboot.  Might want to make sure that in that policy it states to move files/folders back to original location is enabled.
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That did the trick!  Thanks
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