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How do I create a new profile and make it create itself on another partition?

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I am reloading a customers PC and putting Deep Freeze on it so they don't spyware it up anymore. I want them to be able to create new profiles and be able to save all the stuff on another partition. Is there any way to make the OS put the profiles (when created) on the other partition? I am running windows XP Pro.
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