search "Scratch Discs".
The my documents folder and network locations are not recommended. Best to save your material on a dedicated Video Drive.
I'd agree with Steven. Moving My Documents from the local C: drive can often cause issues with different programs.
Best to leave it right where Windows puts it. You can always add a network location to the Documents Library.
Sorry, maybe I wasn't very clear... The scratch disks, and all media cache files etc are on their own dedicated video drive, and all exports and video sources come from and go to a nice wide RAID array... Even with all of those things though, Premiere still stores a few things in the My Documents folder. The Network IS where windows puts the My Documents folder, via a GPO Policy (which I do control, yes.. but changing a policy that covers another 200 systems, just for the benefit of the 10 editing systems honestly isn't worth the hassle.) I just wondered if there was any way to tell adobe not to put those few files into my documents.
Adobe oddly has always had a pretty poor track record with any kind of enterprise support, though Have you ever tried running Photoshop CS5 as a regular user? Much less as a regular user on a system that haas more than one user? Not a pretty sight, Photoshop decides it is no longer licensed as soon as a different user logs in and opens photoshop...).. So I won't be terribly surprised if there isn't any way to do this. (I already have another workaround, but it is just that.. a workaround...)