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I am using the instructions found here: http://www.informit.com/guides/content.aspx?g=windowsserver&seqNum=61 on a windows 2008 machine. My question is in regard to this step:

2.From the left pane, navigate to User Configuration, Policies, Windows Settings, Folder Redirection.

I don't see how to do this. I am in the server manager and breaking down from the features expanding section. Is there a specific GPO editor that I need to be in to make these changes or can I do it from inside the server manager?

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You should be able to do this from within the Group Policy Management Console, inside or outside Server Manager:

http://blogs.technet.com/askds/archive/2008/07/07/installing-gpmc-on-windows-server-2008-and-windows-vista-service-pack-1.aspx

http://trycatch.be/blogs/roggenk/archive/2007/07/25/windows-server-2008-amp-group-policy-management-console-gpmc.aspx

It sounds like the problem you are having is that you have not added the Group Policy Management feature in Server Manager.

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I already have it installed. That is what I meant by "features expeanding section". Is this different from GPO editor or are they the same thing? –  Noah Clark Sep 28 '09 at 16:01
    
They are referring to the Features item in the left pane in Server Manager. They are effectively the same console AFAIK. –  Doug Chase Sep 28 '09 at 16:03
    
Do you know how to get to "User Configuration" ? –  Noah Clark Sep 28 '09 at 16:05
    
When you Edit a particular GPO, you should see both Computer Configuration and User Configuration within the object's Edit dialog. –  Doug Chase Sep 28 '09 at 16:21
    
Got it. Thanks! –  Noah Clark Sep 28 '09 at 16:28
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