How do I move a Folder Redirection?
Under User Configuration, navigate to Policies, then Administrative Templates, then System, then Folder Redirection. Right-click Enable optimized move of contents in Offline Files cache on Folder Redirection server path change, and then select Edit. Select Enabled, and then select OK.
Does Folder Redirection move contents to new location?
If you enable this policy setting, Folder Redirection creates a temporary file in the old location in order to verify that new and old locations point to the same network share. If both new and old locations point to the same share, the target path is updated and files are not copied or deleted.
Where can you change the setting of your Folder Redirection?
- Open the Group Policy Manager.
- Create a new GPO or edit an existing one.
- Open User Configuration > Policies > Windows Settings > Folder Redirection.
- Right-click Documents and click Properties.
- Choose Basic – Redirect everyone’s folder to the same location.
What is Folder Redirection in Active Directory?
Folder Redirection enables users and administrators to redirect the path of a known folder to a new location, manually or by using Group Policy. The new location can be a folder on the local computer or a directory on a file share.
How do I change Folder Redirection in group policy?
In Group Policy Management, right-click the GPO you created (for example, Folder Redirection Settings), and then select Edit. In the Group Policy Management Editor window, navigate to User Configuration > Policies > Windows Settings > Folder Redirection.
How do I remove redirected drives and folders?
Right-click on one of the redirected folders, choose Properties, and go to the Settings tab. Make note of whether “Move the contents of Documents to the new location” is checked and the “Policy Removal” behavior.