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Creating a new folder with a folder redirected My documents folder, server 2003 domain environment

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Hi,

I am trying to create a folder for all users within a 2003 domain, The folder needs to be created inside the folder redirected My Documents folder, I have tried a .bat login file to do this see below.

if not exist "\\server\Folder Redirects\test\My Documents\Test" mkdir \\server\Folder Redirects\test\My Documents\Test

but this just creates a folder from the location it is run from. I have also looked at doing this with Group Policy but it does not seem possible within Server 2003.

The client PC are windows XP and window 7

Can any one advise.

Many Thanks
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Thanks for pointing me in the right direction
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