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How to export a user's documents and settings

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I am installing a new server with windows 2003. Upgrading from NT. Since I am doing this I will have to add all the clients to the new domain. This will create a new profile on the client. Are there an easy way to backup all the profiles and restore them under the new profile or is there a way to keep the old profile when adding the clients to the new domain?
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