Using SBS console I set the user's My Documents folder to be redirected to the server. I now want to change it back so that the files are held on the user's PC.
Again using SBS Console I have unticked the folder redirection for the user but despite a gpupdate /force and more logouts and logins that I care to count, the user's My Documents is still redirected to the server.
How can I get them back and return to "normal"?
I tried editing the registry on the PC and changed the folder paths to use %USERPROFILE% but it didn't like it much and said it couldn't find folders etc. I gave up with that and renamed the user's profile
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