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Win32_FolderRedirection

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  ContentsMoved

Data type Boolean

Move the contents of local to the new location. This will copy the redirected folder data into the local UNC location. Then this content will be synced with the server share content. Effectively, moving the content from the local location to the share

  ContentsMovedOnPolicyRemoval

Data type Boolean

When the redirection policy is removed, the folder’s content will be moved to the local profileIf $true, the folder will be moved back to the local user profile location when policy is removed.If $false, the folder will remain in the redirected location after the redirection policy is removed.

  ContentsRenamedInLocalCache

Data type Boolean

Content is renamed from old to new location in Offline Files cache; assumes data on server is moved between names through other means

  ExclusiveRightsGranted

Data type Boolean

Grant the user exclusive rights to

FolderId

Data type String

known folder unique id (guid)

  MakeFolderAvailableOfflineDisabled

Data type Boolean

Do not automatically make redirected folders available offline

  RedirectionPath

Data type String

Redirection Path [may be used when RedirectionType == {0,1}

  RedirectionType

Data type UInt8

The type of folder redirection to be performed.

$RedirectionType_ReturnValue = 
@{
    0='ToFullPath'
    1='ToLocalUserProfile'
}

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Content last updated: 2013-12-27 12:30:10 (UTC).

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