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    GPP mapped drives situation

    I am remapping drives using Group Policy Preferences. Before drive u:\ was for \\server\users and then the person had to go to their folder. I decided to make u: \\servers\users\username which makes more sense. I also wanted to make it more personal so I made the label 'My User Folder'.

    The mapping is correct but it has the old label "dewey on 'server\users" In the registry there is a key called MountPoints2 and it shows both the old new mapping, but the label is attached to the wrong one. What's up with that?

    MountPoint.jpg



    I suppose I could give up my 'My User Folder' idea but I am pretty stubborn.

    Is it safe to delete the HKCU's MountPoints2 key? It does have a lot of other entries.

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    Jane
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    Is this more readable screenshot?

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