Is there a "backdoor" method to change the pst file location reference in a user's profile?

I have 800 pst files saved on a Network Share that I need to move to another locaiton.  Is there a way that I move these files and change the file reference in the users profile without visiting each desktop?
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matrixnzCommented:
"Is there a way that I move these files "
Batch File? Depends on where you want them placed, it would be better if you can do it in a login script where the user variables can be used, for e.g.

Copy \\Server\Profile\%Username%\Outlook.PST \\Server\Profile\%Username%\Outlook\

"Change the file reference in the users profile without visiting each desktop"

Group Policy - Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 - OutLK11.adm
Located in the Microsoft Office 2003 Resource Kit

User Configuration
Administrative Templates
Microsoft Office Outlook 2003
Miscellaneous
PST Settings
Default location for PST files

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