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I intended to install the User Folders to the "Users" folder on my new SBS 2003 D: partition.
Instead I installed them to the root of the D: partition, kind of messy.

There is no data in the folders as yet.

Q? - How can I reinstall the folders to the desired location from here?
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Please see http://sbsurl.com/movedata for information on how to move these or any data files to another partition on your server.

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The xcopy command applies to this goal.  Thanks!
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