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Unable to get Server 2019 GPO Redirected Folders to Work on Windows 7

Unable to get Server 2019 GPO Redirected Folders to Work on Windows 7

Unable to get Server 2019 GPO Redirected Folders to Work on Windows 7

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I have tried everything i could find online but i am stuck.

The Security Filtering has Users and Computers.

The Computer and the user are part of the groups.

I have only the Redirected Folder GPO Enforced.

In "GPORESULT /R " in Win 7 everything is ok, and all policies are applied.

In "gpresult /Scope User /v" the redirected folder is "N/D"

In the Same Windows 7 Client with the same GPO:

- I have one user with part of the redirected folders working but not all.

- I have one user with no redirected folders (all local)

- I Have one user only with 1 redirected folder

Can anyone help. Please. I don't know what else to do.

RE: Unable to get Server 2019 GPO Redirected Folders to Work on Windows 7

What do the windows event logs indicate for Windows Folder Redirection?

Is the Folder Redirection GPO it's own standalone GPO and not settings added into Default Domain Policy?

I've always found it best for Folder Redirection to have Authenticated Users be the Security Filtering, and then apply the policy to OU's that contain the users that I wish it to apply on rather than groups. Makes the security application of the policy easier in my opinion.

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