Windows 7 Thread, Folder redirection - no way around this? in Technical; Assuming everything is "Working" and it's just the names of the folders now messed up, look for a Desktop.ini (will ...
4th July 2011, 03:03 PM #16
Assuming everything is "Working" and it's just the names of the folders now messed up, look for a Desktop.ini (will be a hidden file), these have tendencies to rename folders (its a leftover from XP where MS hacked the folders "makeup" to produce those nice lovely pictured folders instead of plain boring normal ones).
4th July 2011, 03:27 PM #17
Yes I've deleted the desktop.ini files and it reverts back to the 'proper' folder name. Its such a mess this as the user sees 'My Documents' and the server end shows 'Documents' and the folder is actually called MyFiles!
I've put a file screen on the servers to stop desktop.ini being written to - shame not all of our servers can do this (some are plain 2003)
I can't believe MS think its acceptable for folders to 'rename' themselves - I know its only the view but it confuses the hell out of users!
5th July 2011, 08:51 AM #18
Wouldn't this cause an additional delay when logging in because of folder redirections?
Originally Posted by Sheridan
5th July 2011, 11:20 AM #19
It doesn't seem to have any delay on the logins? I don't think theres any other way around this either.
5th July 2011, 11:23 AM #20
Are you putting the Libraries reg hack on the base image to ensure it's off for all machines? Seems a right pain for something that should be in a GPO by default. Glad I've seen this thread though, should save a lot of time!
5th July 2011, 12:53 PM #21
Yeah we'll be putting this hack into the latest Windows 7 build. It just creates clutter/confusion in a school/work environment I think.
5th July 2011, 01:24 PM #22
AFAIK folder redirection will create the desktop.ini for the folders.
FYI you can also use GPO to deploy reg hacks using Preferences.
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