Removing the folder redirection group policy is a tricky pain in the butt. To properly remove the folder redirection policy, you need to go into the group policy that contains the folder redirection setting and on the “Target” tab, next to the Setting field, you need to select the option for “Not configured”. Also, in that same screen, you need to go to the “Settings” tab, (notice the “s” for settings) and here you can choose the behavior the computer will take when the policy is removed. You can choose to leave the redirection in place or have it point back to it’s default location.http://support.microsoft.com/kb/888203
If you deleted the policy that contained the folder redirection setting, then the machines will keep the setting as it has been tattooed in the registry. You will need to either re-apply the setting, then follow the procedure above or you can get a tool like the free tool from DesktopStandard and make bulk registry changes via group policies.
The registry key for folder redirection settings are in…
HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionExplorerUser Shell Folders and another key above that one for just Shell folders.