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    default save directory

    Since setting up my GPO to allow for slow logins (so that everyone can get the profile) I havent been able to set the default save path back to my documents (which is a redirected folder). It now shows up that it wants to save to appdata in every application.

    Is there a way I can force the default save folder to be my documents for every application via GPO?

    Many thanks, Carl

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    to customize the default links in "Open/Save As" common dialog boxes:

    [User Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Windows Explorer\Common Open File Dialog\Items displayed in Places Bar]

    I set it in there and its worked so far, proof is in the pudding when a whole class does it.

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