OK, I've done something dumb in Group Policy. Set up a blanket policy to deny users who like to play with the system very restricted access. Now that policy denies access to the My doscument folder which is set to pint to a network documents share. I've gone through the RSOP and can't figure out which policy I've tagged in error. Any ideas?
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First of all, I'd open Group Policy Management console and navigate to 'Group Policy Objects' and right click the policy, then export/backup all the settings.
Next, open the policy in policy editor and filter the view so that only configured settings are displayed.
Choose a batch of settings (for example in groups of 10 settings), and de-configure them, then test. Repeat until the problem goes away.
Now you know which batch of settings is responsible, you need to isolate the setting that is causing you problems. Restore your policy from the backup you took earlier and tweak the last batch of settings until you isolate the culprit.
Note this isn't foolproof, as it might be a combination of settings. Unfortunately, it's going to need a bit of work on your part.
If you make any progress, but still have problems, please edit your question with your findings, and I'll come back and try to help further.