I have a GPO re-direct of the My Docs folder to the H drive, but on the roamings it can sometimes go a bit funny and not apply the GPO so I teach people to use the H: drive still, also some programs don't like the My Documents for some reason so having a H: is better.
Up until recently, I have done the same as Ric, and used the 'redirect to users' home drive' setting. This is not the recommended way of doing things though (MS article).
Now I use the 'Basic - Redirect everyoneâ€™s folder to the same location.' option and point it to a location like \\server\userdatashare\staff. Provided the permissions are correctly set, this results in a structure as follows;
I still use the home drive setting on the user account, but it is set to \\server\userdatashare\staff\%username%\My Documents.
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