Group Policy / Vista

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GPO
Group Policy
Microsoft Windows Vista
Vista compatibility
I've created a group policy (using a vista PC) to redirect users' My Documents folder to a sub folder of their home drive. I.e. It should redirect to \myserverusersjoe.bloggsMy Documents It works fine for windows XP, but vista clients only seem to redirect "my music", "my pictures" and "my videos". All their documents seem to stay in c:userjoebloggs In the GPO I have chosen under the folder redirection policy - target tab - Setting - basic - target tab - target folder location - create a folder for each user under the root path - target tab - root path - \myserverusers - settings tab - ticked "move the contents of documents to the new location - settings tab - ticked also apply to XP etc Can anyone help?

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