Loopback policy not applying

So I've deployed a Windows Server 2008 R2 RDS server at Site 1 of my client's organization.  They want it to be a DR Solution if Site 2 goes off line.  I've made a seperate OU for RDS Servers, I've put the RDS server into that OU, created a GPO with Loopback enabled and set to "replace" and I have some drive maps created.  I then set the policy to apply to the RDS server, but after running GPUPDATE /FORCE as well as multiple log offs, I don't see the drive maps appearing.  There are also no errors in Event Viewer saying that it didn't apply.

What am I doing wrong?
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
Typically i like to break out the Loopback Policy in its own GPO. I then make sure that the Loopback policy is processing first and then User Configuration in a different GPO applied Second. This way i can enable that loopback policy is applying first and not overwriting the settings.

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RizzleCommented:
How are you doing the drive maps in the GPO? Via GP Preferences? I'm Assuming you have the policy set user side with loopback enabled.

Why dont you apply the GPO to OU which contains the users without Loopback on?
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