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Folder Redirection

Microsoft Windows 2000 server provides the ability to redirect specific user folders to server locations, using a group policy extension called Folder Redirection.
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Enabling the Administrator to Have Access to Redirected Folders
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 288991 - This article discusses the Folder Redirection feature and how it can be used, particularly by administrators.

Folder Redirection Feature in Windows
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 232692 - This article describes the Folder Redirection feature in Windows 2000. Microsoft Windows 2000 server provides the ability to redirect specific user folders to server locations, using a group policy extension called Folder Redirection. Many administrators may wish to use folder redirection in such a way that a user's folders are automatically redirected to a newly created folder for each user. This article discusses how to redirect to the new folder location and the minimum NTFS Access Control List (ACL) permissions you need to complete the redirection successfully.

How to Dynamically Create Secure Redirected Folders By Using Folder Redirections 
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 274443 - In Windows 2000, as an administrator, you can customize desktops by using Folder Redirection. You can redirect the following folders by using Active Directory and Group Policy: 

Redirecting the My Documents Folder for All Users in Windows 2000
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article You can use Group Policy to redirect the My Documents folder to a different network path on the domain for all users without having to set up an individual policy for each user. 

 

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