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How to migrate user accounts from one W2K server to another W2K machine, no domain

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How can I transfer all the local user profiles from one w2k server to another in an environment where no domain controller is present?
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you will have to do this manually and use the profile copy under my computer properties and sepcify the UNC pathing to your new accounts
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I was hoping for something more automated, but ... maybe it's time to upgrade!  Thanks Jay.
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no worries mate, cheers!
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