I've searched the forum and couldn't find any responses to this question, I think. As you've probable guessed I use Windows 7 Home Premium and have attempted to use gpedit.msc only to realize it's not part of the Home Premium O/S. So I'm stuck with recreating folders in order to 'fix' the problem. Does anyone know if Microsoft 'fixed', addressed, listened to it's users to offer a fix to this problem? Just another example of Microsoft arrogance; convinced they know better than their users.