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Folder rediction on Server 2008 r2

Posted on 2013-12-17
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I need to redirected the "My Documents" folder but I only the care about the "my documents" folder. I do not want the deleted items being copied to the network drive.

How do I do that?
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Hi Joseph,

That's a perfectly normal feature of Group Policy; deleted items won't "follow" the "My Documents" folder when it's redirected unless specifically configured to do so. Basic steps for redirecting My Documents are here, if you've got any specific questions please post back.
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I have been away .. I will look at this on Thursdat
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ok so your saying that "Group Policy; deleted items won't follow" .. but if they are following how would you make them follow so I can reverse it?
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