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    Looking at my server (2003) now, the setting is in User configuration > Administrative Tools > windows Components > Windows Explorer > Do not move deleted files to the Recycle bin.

    Attached screenshot so you can view the description. It may not be the issue you have as this seems to only take affect in Explorer:
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    This may sound weird, but try setting up Windows Media Player as this has hamstrung a lot of my XP installs this summer. Until I set up media player the mapped desktop simply refuses to be seen, no matter how many GPUPDATE /FORCE I try on the clients.
    Simply bizzare behaviour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HodgeHi View Post
    Looking at my server (2003) now, the setting is in User configuration > Administrative Tools > windows Components > Windows Explorer > Do not move deleted files to the Recycle bin.
    This is not the answer. I have just tried it: Make the change, GPupdate /Force, wait at least 12 mons AND restrt the station and logon as the test user again. AD screenshot attached.

    Edit: Not a Windows Explorer issue either: I tried the delete while looking at the test user My Documents using Windows Explorer.
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    Last edited by DaveP; 22nd August 2008 at 08:47 AM. Reason: Add detail to clarify post.

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