Folder Redirection

I have a users GPO that once enabled adds folders to my users redirected folder and cannot see what is doing this.
I have a Citrix Xenapp 7.6 environment. I have I have 3 GPO's User, Server, and Folder Redirection.  
Folder Redirection GPO.  Desktop, Documents, Pictures, Music, Video, Favorites, Downloads.
Server GPO. Registry changes, adding shortcuts
User GPO. Drive mappings, Hide Drives, Reg changes.
I am using the Citrix Policy Profile management to handle the roaming profile including  AppData(Roaming) and excluding Contacts, Links, Searches, Saved Games.

Before enabling the User GPO everything works. When user logs in 2 folders are created, one for roaming profile and one for users redirected folders. Redirected folders are Desktop, Favorites, Downloads, My Documents, inside My Doc is Pictures, Music, Video.
When I apply the User GPO it adds additional folders to users folder, Application Data, Contacts, Links, My Pictures, and My Videos.
Can anyone see in the attached GPO what would cause this.
Copy-of-XenApp-User-Policy.htm
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
only redirect the folders ONCE either use Citrix Policy Profile management or standard group policy. not both.
so you are getting
sharename\username\my documents\my music AND
sharename\username\my music

are both being populated or is one full of files and the other empty?
With a version 1 profile (< Vista) my music is a subfolder of mydocuments whle with a version 2 profile (windows vista +)  it is a separate folder under \username\
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