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Best practice to implement a mandatory profile via GPO? I presume the profile would still be a V2?

Implementing mandatory profile via GPO for 2008 RDS session hosts is easy. I would like to follow same principles for Windows 7 desktops.

Any guidance would be appreciated.
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Are you talking about re-directed user folders? If so you would set this up in Group policy using \\UNC server path\share\%USERPROFILE%\FOLDER
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MHMAdmins - not folder re-direction, I will be using AppSense Personalization. I want to implement a mandatory profile on all windows 7 desktops, so that a non-persistent profile is used.
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