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Transfer Domain user to Local User

Posted on 2007-03-30
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I have a couple computers that I want to take off of the Windows Domain.  Is there any way to transfer the user, and all their settings/files, to the local machine?
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by:InteraX
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Hello johnywhite,

Try profwiz.
This enables a rpofile to be used by multiple users.

You can also use the built-in profile copy tool once you have created the users profile.

1. Create the local user account and log in then reboot.
2. log-in as an administrator
3. Go to Control Panel>System>Advanced>Settings(User Profile)
4. Select the source profile and select copy to
5. Specify the directory of the new users profile and change the permitted to use to the new user.


Regards,

InteraX
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