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    Start Menu Redirection Duplication Problem

    Since moving to Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7 last summer we have acquired a very irritation problem that all Start Menu items that we apply to Users through Group Policy Redirection are duplicated. Every User has a Mandatory Profile.

    So when Users click on All Programs within Start Menu they get two of everything.

    Has anybody come across this before or know of a what to fix this?

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    I think it's to do with the settings on GP whereby it says something along the lines of "Move contents of folder to new location", that may be what your looking for see if it disabled or enabled.

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