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Changing profile from local to roaming

Posted on 2008-11-03
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I cannot change an profile from local to roaming, option is grey. It can't alsoo be deleted. With other profiles on this PC there is now problem.
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Just copy the profile from "documents and settings" at file level. Then open user manager (right click "my computer" -> manage) if it's a local user or open "active directory users and computers" (dsa.msc) if it''s a domain user and set the profile path to the network location.
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