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Moving home directories to a single server

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I have a situation where I have to consolidate all the home directories onto one server as they appear to be spread accross three. I need to know the easiest way to achieve this and is there a step-by-step guide I need to follow bearing in mind login scripts permissions that kind of thing?
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You can use robocopy to move the folders and keep the security settings intact, once they are moved then is a simple matter of changing the home directories in the ADCUC and editing the login scripts (but only if they refer to the home directories).
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If you have a domain you could use "folder redirection".

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/232692/en-us
http://technet2.microsoft.com/windowsserver/en/library/60b2157c-aa5b-44f2-b045-b74d2fd1bf701033.mspx?mfr=true

If you don't have a domain you can do the same manually: right click the "my documents" folder and change the target.
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