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If users already have data in their documents folder and / or home folder to the network on their notebooks and then I setup their documents folder to sync with their home folders through group policy , will any previous data in these locations disappear !!!
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If you setup document redirection then its unlikely to copy any of the data across to the new server.  You will have to copy the information across to the server manually.
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