The actual folder redirection is done through the group policy. To redirect a folder, open the Group Policy Editor and navigate to User Settings | Windows Settings | Folder Redirection. The group policy requires you to redirect each of the four folders separately, but the procedure for doing so is the same for each folder. Set the folder?s Setting option to Basic ? Redirect Everyone?s Folder To The Same Location. Next, select the Create A Folder For Each User Under The Root Path option from the Target Folder Location drop down list. Finally, enter your root path in the place provided. For example, on my test server, I just created a share called USERS on a server named computerstorm. Therefore, I entered \computerstormusers as the root path.You will notice that in the example under the root path, Windows automatically fills in the user name and the folder name. This occurs because Windows will automatically create all of the necessary folders and will set the required permissions as well.