? How to: Folder Redirection / Stand-alone Vista ?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista File Management' started by TJ, Dec 10, 2006.

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    System: Stand-alone Vista
    Drive 0: 4 Partitions (C=MBR, D=Data, R=ASR, S=Software)
    Drive 1: 4 (Do Not Use) Partitions that are Sync'd with each Drive 0 Partition

    Concern: How to Redirect the default location for Documents within a Vista
    Stand-alone system.

    The system is implemented as a stand-alone within an environment that has
    the C:\ assigned as the MBR. ASR images resides within R:\. Software
    resides within S:\ and all Data reside on D:\.

    The intention is to Redirect the Documents Folder from within C:\Users, and
    the Sub-Folders to reside within D:\. Therefore allowing an ASR Recovery...
    with no concern for the users documentation within the C:\Users directory.

    At this time, after implementing a Folder Redirection to the D:\
    destination, the original C:\Users Documents directory is deleted. It is at
    the time of deletion, the system begins to have a variety of errors and
    notifications of the inability to locate a source.

    Further research leads to the understanding that the C:\Users Directory is
    the default and the intended D:\ destination is a Virtual Folder and not
    actually redirecting the default source. Therefore I welcome your comments
    and/or suggestions to gain an additional understanding.

    Should you prefer to have additional information, please respond to inquire.

    An up front "Thank You" for your time and reply, ... TJ
     
    TJ, Dec 10, 2006
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