Active Directory's (AD's) Group Policy Objects (GPOs) offer folder redirection, but you can redirect only four special user folders. Although you can't use GPOs to move more folders, you can redirect them by tweaking the registry.
Suddenly and for no apparent reason, the 32-bit programs on a reader's Windows Vista machine couldn't connect to the Internet or network, while the 64-bit programs worked fine. Using the ISO OSI model and Netsh, he tracked down and fixed the problem.
Sometimes applications that you deploy with the Group Policy Software Installation feature don't register their file extensions, so the auto-install doesn't work. Here's an easy way to fix the problem.
If your users have to change IP addresses often, you can create a batch file that contains just three Netsh commands. After you put that batch file on users' desktops, they can change their IP address with a simple double-click.