A. By default, Windows 2000 doesn't apply Group Policy folder redirection settings to users on slow network connections. To modify this behavior, perform the following steps:

  1. Start Group Policy Editor (GPE), and load the policy in question (you can also right-click the Active Directory--AD--container that the policy applies to, select Properties, select the Group Policy tab, and click Edit).
  2. Navigate to Computer Configuration, Administrative Templates, System, Group Policy.
  3. Double-click "Folder Redirection policy processing."
  4. Select Enabled.
  5. Select the "Allow processing across a slow network connection" check box. (You can also double-click "Group Policy slow link detection" to set what constitutes a slow link.)
    Click here to view image
  6. Click OK.
  7. Select Enabled to set the connection speed (500Kbps by default).
  8. Click OK.
  9. Close GPE.