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How to Edit Custom Administrative Template Folder Redirection

Posted on 2015-02-03
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Hi,

I'm trying to decommission an old 2003 DC. Its got a Folder Redirection GPO that's pointing to a a local share.

However the GPO folder redirection location is not in the normal location for setting up folder redirection. See attached image.

Group Policy Manager Settings View of GPO
Its under Administrative Templates > Folder Redirection through Administrative Templates/User Shell Folders.

It looks to be a custom made Administrative Template. It redirects everyone's Favorites folder to one shared location on the server.

Anyhow, When I click on the above two folders in Group Policy Editor they are both empty and I don't know where to edit the path to point the share to a new server. Thanks.

Jonathan
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In the GP Editor, go to the "View > Filtering" menu, and uncheck "Only show policies that can be fully managed".
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