Group Policy Problems on new xp pro machine w/ SP3


R

Robert

Hi all...

I'm trying to figure out why a "folder redirect" domain group policy is not
working correctly on a new XP Pro w/ Service Pack 3 that was recently added
to the domain. The wierd thing is that the My Documents and My Pictures
Folder Redirects works fine... no problem there. However, the Desktop and
Application Data redirects do not work (all four work on other XP Pro
workstations). Domain is running on a w2k adv server. Any ideas?

Here is some info I've gathered...

1.. I have defined several User Configuration > Windows Settings > Folder
Redirection settings in the "ReDirect User Data" group policy. Specifically,
here is what I did.


1.. My Documents - basic setting - all users get redirected to the same
target ( \\s1\HomeDir\%username%\MyDocuments)
2.. My Pictures - "Follow the My Documents Folder"
3.. Desktop - basic setting - all users get redirected to the same
target (\\s1\HomeDir\%username%\Desktop)
4.. Application Data - basic setting - all users get redirected to the
same target (\\s1\HomeDir\%username%\ApplicationData)


2.. Log on to new computer w/ domain user account. at this time, domain
user has no profile on computer. After initial log-on, folder locations are
as follows:
1.. My Documents - \\s1\HomeDir\rms\MyDocuments
2.. My Pictures - \\s1\HomeDir\rms\MyDocuments\My Pictures
3.. Desktop - C:\Documents and Settings\rms\Desktop
4.. Application Data - C:\Documents and Settings\rms\Application Data


3.. 2c and 2d are incorrect. why are some of the "ReDirect User Data"
Group Policy enforced? Here is the results from "gpresult.exe" command line
tool:


Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]

(C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp.



C:\Documents and Settings\rms>gpresult



Microsoft (R) Windows (R) XP Operating System Group Policy Result tool v2.0

Copyright (C) Microsoft Corp. 1981-2001



Created On 12/25/2008 at 1:26:33 PM





RSOP results for PRIVATE\rms on W2 : Logging Mode

--------------------------------------------------



OS Type: Microsoft Windows XP Professional

OS Configuration: Member Workstation

OS Version: 5.1.2600

Domain Name: PRIVATE

Domain Type: Windows 2000

Site Name: Default-First-Site-Name

Roaming Profile:

Local Profile: C:\Documents and Settings\rms

Connected over a slow link?: No





COMPUTER SETTINGS

------------------

CN=W2,OU=Workstations,OU=Computers,OU=Domain Objects,DC=suffy,DC=pri

Last time Group Policy was applied: 12/25/2008 at 1:13:40 PM

Group Policy was applied from: s1.suffy.pri

Group Policy slow link threshold: 500 kbps



Applied Group Policy Objects

-----------------------------

Workstation SUS Policy

Default Domain Policy



The following GPOs were not applied because they were filtered out

-------------------------------------------------------------------

Local Group Policy

Filtering: Not Applied (Empty)



The computer is a part of the following security groups:

--------------------------------------------------------

BUILTIN\Administrators

Everyone

BUILTIN\Users

NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK

NT AUTHORITY\Authenticated Users

W2$

Domain Computers





USER SETTINGS

--------------

CN=<removed>,OU=Family,OU=Users,OU=Domain Objects,DC=suffy,DC=pri

Last time Group Policy was applied: 12/25/2008 at 1:13:40 PM

Group Policy was applied from: s1.suffy.pri

Group Policy slow link threshold: 500 kbps



Applied Group Policy Objects

-----------------------------

Redirect User Data

Default Domain Policy



The following GPOs were not applied because they were filtered out

-------------------------------------------------------------------

Local Group Policy

Filtering: Not Applied (Empty)



The user is a part of the following security groups:

----------------------------------------------------

Domain Users

Everyone

BUILTIN\Users

NT AUTHORITY\INTERACTIVE

NT AUTHORITY\Authenticated Users

LOCAL

Suffy

Family

MFC8300_FC

HL5140_FC

HL5140_Print

S1_Quicken_FC

S1_Music_ReadWrite

S1_Storage_Read

HDDs_FC

MFC8300_Print



C:\Documents and Settings\rms>
 
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