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Windows 2008 R2 Home Drive as network share problem

Windows 2008 R2 Home Drive as network share problem

Windows 2008 R2 Home Drive as network share problem

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Hello Everyone!

I have a W2k8R2 XenApp6 Terminal Server in W2k3 domain.

Now I am customizing default user profile for first tests, but I have an issue with change the path of Documents folder to a network Home H:\ drive.

This said: "This folder cannot be included because it is on a share that is not indexed."

This can not be indexed as the help said in windows 2008. In Windows 2003 these home folders are shared, and indexed, and offline access enabled. But it said "This folder cannot be included because it is on a share that is not indexed."

I've found a solution with mklink symbolic link to do this.  (http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/w7itproui/thread/4db107d0-62c9-4d06-af1a-aa7fdd3fcd4c)

But this solution is not official, and can not be copied automotioned to default user profile for all new user.

Do you have any idea, how to do it in this environment simple?

Thanks!
REgards
BAlazs

 

I assume responsibility for everythin' :)

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