Weird Problem or Unexpected Bonus
Long story condensing a go go...
Kids comes in saying his quota is full. Checked his H drive (redirected via AD to a network share) and found a hidden RECYCLER folder full of all the stuff he'd studiously tried to delete to free up space.
Did a test where he went to a room, deleted his stuff, went to another machine and recovered it so I know it's a fully functioning recyle bin.
Now this is super, but... I have no idea how it's working. I thought it wasn't possible using XP and Server 2003?
I've gone thorugh a process of elimination and took the profile out of the equation, leaving only the GPO settings. But other than Desktop (network share), Start Menu (network share) and Application Data (C:\Appdata) re-directions, I can't see what's making it work.
Like I say, it's a good thing as it means no more 'can I get all my work back I just did this second and deleted it' problems, but it does mean my file server is rapidly filling up with RECYCLER folders in each users area.
Any ideas... anyone?