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Windows 7 Thread, Windows 7 & Logon Script to copy files to local HD. in Technical; Permissions looks about right but have you checked the subfolders? you could try 'Replace all child object permissions with inheritable ...
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    Permissions looks about right but have you checked the subfolders? you could try 'Replace all child object permissions with inheritable permissions from this object' to force all subdirectories and files to have the same permissions, then test.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamin100 View Post
    but wont that mean that it still slows the start menu down?
    How would it? The start menu contains a few hundred kilobytes of shortcuts. Copying them on login would take seconds on any network, even a slow one! Microsoft's guidance is that you should enable offline files when using redirected folders, else you're risking things disappearing randomly.

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