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    User Profiles not being recreated correctly

    Hi!

    If we need to reset a users profile, we are seeing (which looks like when users use our laptops) the 'Redirectedprofile' folder is not being created correctly, it created the folder in the users home directly (as normal) but not all the other folders within it. anyone got any pointers on how to investigate something like this?

    We are using windows 2003 and windows 7.

    Thanks!!

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    Just a few questions to help you out with this:

    What is your Home Path you have set in Active Directory?
    What is your Profile Path in AD?

    Which redirections are you applying?

    For each redirection what settings do you have in place?

    Are you using RSAT for your Windows 7 Group Policies or are you using the 2003 server for GPO?


    Thanks,

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