troubleshooting Question

User Folder Creation at First Login

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MichaelFlag for United States of America asked on
Windows 7* UNC Shared FoldersActive Directory
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I have folder redirection setup and working for existing users, however, anytime a new user is logged in for the first time, their user folder  is not created automatically.  If I create the folder manually for them, at the next login folder redirection works and desktop and my docs folders are present.  This seems like a permissions issue, however, all permissions seem accurate to me.  I have GPO's in place, applied and working with access-based enumeration.  If I try browsing the folder (\\servershare\users\), I can access the folder with no other files or folders showing (which means A-BE is working).

Server: 2012 R2 Client Windows 7

USERS share permissions Everyone - Full Control
Security: Inheritance disabled  Owner: My maintenance account

Folder Permissions:
System - Full control      This folder, subfolders and files
Domain Administrators - Full Control      This folder, subfolders and files
Creator/Owner - Full Control      Subfolders and files only
Folder Redirection Users -      List folder / read data1, Create folders / append data1, Read attributes, Read extended attributes, Read permissions, This folder only

For reference, I followed instructions here: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj649078%28v=ws.11%29.aspx?f=255&MSPPError=-2147217396

Thanks
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