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folder redirection error

folder redirection error

folder redirection error

I have set up a GPO for My Documents folder redirection.  It is working fine on the desktops, but in Terminal Server/Citrix.  Windows 2000 server and Citrix Metaframe 1.8.  It is a Windows Small Business Server 2003 AD enviornment.
I get event ids 101: Failed to perform redirection of folder My Documents. The new directories for the redirected folder could not be created. The folder is configured to be redirected to \\%HOMESHARE%%HOMEPATH%, the final expanded path was \\%HOMESHARE%%HOMEPATH%. The following error occurred:
The specified path is invalid.
and event id 1000:
Windows cannot process extension Folder Redirection ProcessGroupPolicy. Return value (0xa1).

I would really like to redirect the My Documents in Citrix as well as from desktops.

Any help is appreciated.

RE: folder redirection error

Have you considered posting this in the Citrix forum?

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