I have a Windows XP Pro system that was part of a domain.
I had to dis-join it from domain and login as local user.
The domain user profile still exists on the machine under Documents & Settings.
Is there a way I can force the new local user to use the ex-domain user profile
instead of using the newly created user profile?
I am just trying to prevent spending the time to re-setup everything for the new
Please don't recommend the Files & Settings Transfer Wizard as a solution - its
not what am looking for in this case.
Log in as an adminstrative account that is not the new user.
Right-click My Computer, go to Advanced tab, and hit Settings under "User Profiles"
Select the old profile, hit Copy To, select the location,
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