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    Mandatory Profiles Not Setting via GPO

    I have set mandatory profiles to be applied to our staff and students when they log on to one of are Remote desktop session host via a GPO which is linked to the OU of the servers they are logging into however this just does not get applied I have tried enforcing but this did not work.

    This all worked previously on our 2k3 domain however this was done using a setting in each users AD profile which you cannot use in 2008 as it have changed.

    Any suggestions.

    The profiles are stored in a share defined on the gpo as \\server.fqdn\MandatoryProfiles\Staff or student

    Thanks

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    you can use that setting in 2008 i do and if i had to guess if thats still set it may overide gpo

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