shell:UsersFilesFolder HELP

Discussion in 'Active Directory' started by Steve, Feb 6, 2010.

  1. Steve

    Steve Guest

    In our business environment we do not want users to have the abilty to save
    any files locally, not only do they roam but they use Terminal Servers
    extensively. In Win2003 and WinXP we simply redirected their My Documents
    folder, Desktop and hide the local drives so where ever they logon they have
    their files. But now in Windows 7 the Users desktop folder icon gives them
    the ability to save locally, even if we redirect their My Documents folder,
    and even if I redirect all those other new folders they can still create a
    folder in there locally and store files, then when they hit a Terminal Server
    they wonder where there files are. I need to be able to redirect the entire
    shell:UsersFilesFolder in the same way one would redirect the My Documents
    folder via Group Policy. We just do not have the staff to track down files
    stored locally. Can you help?
     
    Steve, Feb 6, 2010
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