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The profile path just enables the user to have a roaming profile, the machine registry should still see it in the shell folders as a local C:\users\username path as it copies the profile in and out of the directory at log on/off and that profile listing in the AD user properties is only telling it where to copy said profile from at log on and where to copy it back to at log off.The home folder is just that, a home folder from which a drive is mapped and populates an environmental variable The user shell folders registry paths get changed in one of two ways (typically, there are other ways but there are 2 main ways). When setting up the various folders for redirection in GPO it will update the user shell folder registry keys. go to the library or folder location in the user profile, right click, properties, location tab, change the location manually.
If group policy doesn't work you can always make a powershell script as long as the personal folder follow their username.edit:content Simply changing the profile path and home folder path doesn't change all the shell folder registry entries...Actually, there are a number of reasons why Group Policies take a long time to be applied: these can be DNS issues, DC availability and the speed of connection to it, wrong configuration of AD sites or replication problems, misconfigured group policies, incorrect scripts, etc.It’s hard to describe an all-in-one algorithm to diagnose all these issues.But how do you modify the data of an existing value name?Do you completely remove the value name, and then add it again and re-type the modified value/data? I am not interested in any script/batch automation, at least not now, I just want plain simple registry editing through cmd Reg command. REG ADD Key Name [/v Value Name | /ve] [/t type] [/s Separator] [/d Data] [/f] Key Name [\Machine\]Full Key Machine Name of remote machine - omitting defaults to the current machine Only HKLM and HKU are available on remote machines Full Key ROOTKEY\Sub Key ROOTKEY [ HKLM | HKCU | HKCR | HKU | HKCC ] Sub Key The full name of a registry key under the selected ROOTKEY /v The value name, under the selected Key, to add /ve adds an empty value name for the key /t Reg Key data types [ REG_SZ | REG_MULTI_SZ | REG_DWORD_BIG_ENDIAN | REG_DWORD | REG_BINARY | REG_DWORD_LITTLE_ENDIAN | REG_NONE | REG_EXPAND_SZ ] If omitted, REG_SZ is assumed /s Specify one character that you use as the separator in your data string for REG_MULTI_SZ.