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Posted on 2006-12-01
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I have a question about profiles.  I have a terminal server that is setup and I need to clear some space on the local drive.  I had a 15GB partion and it's getting full fast.  It appears that all of the user profiles are getting up there is size and I need to do something about it soon.  I really don't want roaming profiles but was wandering if I could somehow move the profiles from where they are to the Data partition of teh Terminal server.  I'm not sure how I should handle this so any help is appreciated.  Thanks

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should be what you're looking for.

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