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? How to: Folder Redirection / Stand-alone Vista ?

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? How to: Folder Redirection / Stand-alone Vista ?
System: Stand-alone Vista
Drive 0: 4 Partitions (C=MBR, D=Data, R=ASR, S=Software)
Drive 1: 4 (Do Not Use) Partitions that are Sync'd with each Drive 0 Partition

Concern: How to Redirect the default location for Documents within a Vista
Stand-alone system.

The system is implemented as a stand-alone within an environment that has
the C:\ assigned as the MBR. ASR images resides within R:\. Software
resides within S:\ and all Data reside on D:\.

The intention is to Redirect the Documents Folder from within C:\Users, and
the Sub-Folders to reside within D:\. Therefore allowing an ASR Recovery...
with no concern for the users documentation within the C:\Users directory.

At this time, after implementing a Folder Redirection to the D:\
destination, the original C:\Users Documents directory is deleted. It is at
the time of deletion, the system begins to have a variety of errors and
notifications of the inability to locate a source.

Further research leads to the understanding that the C:\Users Directory is
the default and the intended D:\ destination is a Virtual Folder and not
actually redirecting the default source. Therefore I welcome your comments
and/or suggestions to gain an additional understanding.

Should you prefer to have additional information, please respond to inquire.

An up front "Thank You" for your time and reply, ... TJ
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