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Server 2008 and Windows 7 roaming profiles

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Hello,

Does anyone know if Server 2008 and Windows 7 profiles are compatible?  We have server 2008 and want users to be able to have roaming profiles that roam between their server 2008 terminal server session and their future windows 7 desktops.  We now have XP desktops and each user has 2 roaming profiles, one for thier desktop and one for server 2008.

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Bonnie
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Should be, as the VISTA/2008/WIN7 code is all from the same base.  But you probably will not be able to get an official answer to that question until Windows 7 offically ships.  Vista/2008 is the certainly the same base code, and there is supposed to be an "R2" version of 2008 which matches up to the release of Win7.
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Thanks for the answer.  
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