Just had my machine rebuilt with Win10, so everything is fresh. Redirected my "Documents" folder to my company user folder. Within my user folder is a "My Documents" subfolder. That is what I intended to point to initially. Not sure if it got messed up in the copy and paste or if I just botched it. But instead of pointing to "\DFSUsers\Username\My Documents" I pointed directly to "\DFSUsers\Username\". I then changed it immediately to the correct "Username\My Documents", but the damage was already done.
Keep in mind the "\DFSUsers\Username\My Documents" is a DFS network share, not a location on my local hard drive. So when I look at this share I see:
Documents <--- (if you look at the security permissions they all look correct)
That is what I see looking at the base share from the new machine. If I manually paste in a link with the correct/original name to my User folder it works.
If I look at the same DFS Users share from another location, I see that my folder has it's original name, the only thing is the folder icon is the Documents icon, instead of the normal folder icon. A minor difference, but the fact that I can see it from another machine, logged in as a different user, means something was changed at the folder/DFS level.
I'm searching around and not finding the correct links on how to resolve this issue. I have restore my Win10 documents folder back to default, that didn't fix it. I currently have it at the correct "\DFSUsers\Username\My Documents". But I don't know how to revert the "\DFSUsers\Username\" back so on the outside the folder icon is the same and on my side not only is the icon the same, but the folder name is displayed as my username instead of "Documents".
Your help is appreciated on this issue.