Set a GPO to point the redirected desktop to the local userprofile, and link it to the TS OU with Loopback enabled in replace mode. Ensure it overrides the user policy setting with GP modelling/results. Despatched via Blackberry. Mock if you will, but it gets my email without a fuss. -----Original Message----- From: Michael Leone <oozerdude@xxxxxxxxx> Sender: thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Date: Thu, 18 Sep 2014 10:59:11 To: ntsysadm@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx<ntsysadm@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>; thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx<thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Reply-To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [THIN] Win 2012R@ RDS, Group Policy and folder redirection errors Here we use folder redirection for the users Desktop and "My Documents" folders, to redirect to a network share. All well and good. Now we've started to use RDS (using RemoteApp only, no full desktop). And I am seeing Event ID 502 in the event logs of the session host. < http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2493506 > Failed to apply policy and redirect folder "Desktop" to "\\FileServer\users\example\Desktop". Redirection options=0x9000. The following error occurred: "Can't create folder "\\FileServer\users\example\Desktop"". Error details: "Access is denied. ". Now, the user "example" already has a redirected "Desktop" folder on "FileServer", so the above message makes perfect sense, I guess. But this means that the RDS server is creating profile directories for every user on it's local C: drive. What do I need to do to correct this? I guess that the server needs to have a profile structure of the user to create temp files, etc. But how do I tell the GPO not to try and redirect, if this is a virtual session? I'm assuming it has to do with those "Redirection options", but I haven't been able to find out what they mean, where I change them, and what I need to change them to ... Or is there some other to resolve this type of error on an RDS server?