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Where did you run gpupdate? Loopback policy processing is a Computer Configuration setting, so in order for it to be applied to the servers in question those servers need to have Group Policy refreshed. A change to a computer account's group membership requires a reboot of that computer AFAIK. It's not recommended to use Loopback policy processing at the ...
Being someone that has been known to work in environments with stupid requirements I have sympathy and one suggestion. Can you add a login script that looks for the redirected folder and creates it if it doesn't exist? That way, by the time the user is fully logged in the folders are guaranteed to exist and hopefully you won't have the local creation ...
Change the NTFS permissions on C:\Users\Public. That will make it non-writable regardless of whether the users have the subfolders in their libraries or they navigate to it directly. While you're at it, make sure they can't create folders in C:\ or the root of any other drives. To customize libraries for better UX, see the other answers.
It is possible with Group Policy. Those folders are Known Folders and you can disable them through Group Policy. Have a read at these links: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/bb776911(v=vs.85).aspx http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd744697(v=ws.10).aspx#WS_DisableKnownFolders ...
Libraries are XML documents stored in %APPDATA%\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Libraries. You can create a policy to delete those files, or replace with libraries configured per your requirements.
Use a symlink instead of a drive letter, put the following in a .BAT at logon to the TS server: MKLINK /D C:\Andrew \\tsclient\Andrew This symlink will be persistent across reboots and would remove the requirement for a drive letter.
Start a new RDP session (after logging out from the current session). Then, create the a batch file containing these lines: net use \\tsclient\andrew /delete /persistent:yes net use \\tsclient\andrew /delete net use y: \\tsclient\andrew Run that batch file.
I have also had the similar issue in my setup and seems to due to below issue http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2610379 During low network latency, we have faced slowness, we didn't observe it clearly at first. But when we look at the logs, we have found that the problem is the latency. Also if the slowness is observed on windows 7 machine i.e. clients, ...
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