How To Setup Folder Redirection Server 2008 R2?

  • Press the Start menu and go to My Computer.
  • Open any hard drive and click on the New folder tab.
  • Rename the new folder and save it.
  • Now, right-click on the created folder and select the Share with option from the displayed list.
  • Click Specific people and type Everyone. Click on the Add button.
  • Right-click on Everyone and select Read/Write. Click on the Share button.
  • Click Done to save the settings you have made.
  • Press the Start menu and type Group Policy Management.
  • Open the Group Policy Management window and expand the desired group policy.
  • Right-click on the folder you want to redirect and click on the Edit option.
  • Now, select the Policies tab on the left panel.
  • Expand the Windows Settings section and select Folder redirection.
  • Select the AppData (Roaming) option and right-click on it.
  • Choose the Properties option from the displayed list.
  • Select the Setting as Basic from the drop-down list.
  • Choose the root path by clicking Browse. Also, copy the path.
  • Click on the Apply button. When prompted to continue, click Yes.
  • Go to the Settings tab and checkmark the ‘Also, apply redirection policy to Windows 2000, Windows 2000 Server, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003 operating systems’ checkbox. Click on the Apply button.
  • Go back to the Group Policy Management user interface and select Desktop.
  • Copy the path and click Apply. When prompted for confirmation, click Yes.
  • Right-click the Start menu option and select Properties.
  • Choose Basic Setting and select the ‘Redirect to the local userprofile location’ and click Apply.
  • Configure the same settings for the other options and make sure to save the settings.
  • Now, you have learn how to setup folder redirection server 2008 r2 successfully.
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