OK - Windows Server 2012 running as a DOMAIN CONTROLLER and using the share "USERProfile$" to store user profiles (ie: roaming profiles). In addition, I have configured via a GPO that "Documents" and "Desktop" will be redirected to the server and stored on a different drive shared as "Users$".
Problem: I am down to less than 10% disk space on the drive where user profiles are stored. Also, there is some "doubt" as to whether "Documents" and "Desktop" are getting stored under "Users$"... Concern is that they are going to "USERProfile$" perhaps!?!?
Since I am not on site, I am trying to remotely figure out what is going on by looking only at the server. However, even though I am logged in as the administrator, I am unable to get the size of each of the users' profiles so that I can see if it is just 1 user that has some crazy issue.
So, here is what I am looking for help with...
1) If the user profile is set (under Domain Users and Computers) to store the profile on the server (under USERProfiles$), AND, the appropriate GPO has folder redirection sending "Documents" and "Desktop" to the server (under Users$): will the user profile somehow be keeping a copy of the user's desktop and documents !?!?
2) How can I (from the server) get a handle on the size of each users' profile? Unfortunately, the current settings are such that only the specific user has access. I just need to see the sizes - not the content - to point me in the right direction :)