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The number of subfolders that are present in the tree depends on the Group Policy object; however, at least two subfolders are always present. The following is a description of each folder: Machine Includes a file that contains the registry settings that are applied to computers.
When a computer initializes, this file is downloaded and applied to the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE portion of the registry.
User Includes a file that contains the registry settings that are applied to users.
When a user logs on to a computer, this file is downloaded and applied to the HKEY_CURRENT_USER portion of the registry.
The ones that are driving me up a wall at the moment, point to the new server, then when you restart it points to the old server, then after restart points to the new server, restart and it points to the old server, rinse, repeat.
I've verified that there is only 1 GPO that sets folder redirection, it's pointing to the new server, and I've verified it on all domain controllers (to make sure it wasn't a problem AD replication).
The Group Policy template folder contains a tree of subfolders.The Group Policy template folder can also include the following subfolders: Adm Contains all of the files for this Group Policy object.Machine\Scripts\Shutdown Contains scripts that run when the computer shuts down.If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Msdn Web site.
I recently changed servers hosting my users' My Documents folders.GPCMachine Extension Names This includes a list of GUIDs that tells the client-side engine which client-side extensions have Computer data in the Group Policy object.Options This refers to Group Policy object options such as User portion disabled or Computer portion disabled.The Group Policy template folder also includes a file which contains version information.