Shre link via GPO

Hi Experts,

I have a share on my netapp and I want to create a GPO and link it to several people in the domain.
Can you show me how ?
Because I always get an error 0x80070002
Eprs_AdminSystem ArchitectAsked:
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Eprs_AdminSystem ArchitectAuthor Commented:
The link should be on the desktop of users
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Guy LidbetterCommented:
The 0x80070002 error means "The system cannot find the file specified."

So I assume there is a problem with how you've presented the share.

So start from the beginning:
1: Create a security Group for the users you want to have the share
Edit the GPO
Go to User Configuration > Preferences > Windows Settings > Shortcuts
Right Click > New Shortcut - with these settings
General Tab:
Action: Update
Name: <Name that will appear on Desktop>
Target Type: File System Object
Location:  Desktop
Target Path : <Path to share i.e. "\\ServerName\ShareName">
Leave all the rest of the settings (Unless you want to choose a specific icon)
Common Tab:
Run in logged-on users security context - Ticked
Item Level Targeting - Ticked
Click the targeting button >  New Item > Security Group > In the lower window the User radio button must be checked > Cick the browse button (...) and select the new security group.

Add the users that require the share to the security group and link the GPO to the required USERs OU.

And that should do it....

Regards

Guy
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