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move workstation profile after domain migration

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Hi,

I am moving 8 users from one domain to a new server and new domain.

When logging onto the new domain from the workstation, the workstation creates a new profile under 'docs & settings'.

How do I move the workstation files, settings, etc from the old to new profile?  For example, how do I copy over the Outlook settings from the old to new profile on each workstation?
thanks!
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I tried this, but was having problems "seeing" the old domain profile after logging in as the new domain user and back to the pc admin (both domains are still up) ... I was going to try copying the profile first to a local admin, then up to the new domain user.  Any other thoughts?

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thank you wooying for the info and to Mazaraat for the details!

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