Folder redirection not working properly

I have many accounts configured with folder redirection, and some are not synchronized, these accounts have the correct permissions and GPO is configured correctly.
Is there any way to see that is not synchronized?

what tests i could do to see where the problem is.
Are There any error log synconizacion?
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Chris HInfrastructure ManagerCommented:
Are the folders redirected to network shares or local?  If network, if you use \\ipaddress\share, does it produce different results than \\dnsname\share?
IT AdminAuthor Commented:
The folders redirected are in a network share.No difference result if i enter via ip or dnsname.
The problem is i have profiles (folders) dont update in 3 month ore more.
The users log in his user account normaly without problem (in diferents computers)  but the folder in netwok share dont syncornitze, and the last modified date in network folder is 3  months ago or more.
i redirected the desktop and the documents folder only.

Maybe they may have problems with offline file?
what test i could do? i have over 200 profile dont sync
Chris HInfrastructure ManagerCommented:
Open a comand prompt and paste the following command:

gpresult /z > file.txt && notepad file.txt

Copy and paste the results.  

You'll probably want to omit the top portion which identifies your computer, domain controller and any other information you wouldn't feel comfortable posting on the internet.
Chris HInfrastructure ManagerCommented:

To configure offline files to synchronize when a network connection becomes active:
Click Start, point to All Programs, point to Accessories, and then click Synchronize.
In the Items to Synchronize dialog box, click Setup.
In the When I am using this network connection box, choose the connection for which you want to specify offline Web pages and files to be synchronized.
All offline Web pages and offline files are displayed in the Synchronize the following checked items window. Check the items you want to be synchronized when the network connection becomes active.
Repeat steps three and four until you have configured the synchronization settings for each of your network connections.
Specify whether you want items to be synchronized when you log on or log off Windows.
Click OK.
Click Synchronize to complete the synchronization immediately, or click Close to close the Items to Synchronize dialog box.

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I had some similar issues at one of my client's offices and configured all the computers in the domain to prefer IPV4 over IPV6. That seemed to fix the resolution/connection flakiness. This setting can also be configured through GPO.
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