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Posted on 2009-07-10
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We have active directory running on server 2003.  We have the profile tab, home folder,connect radio button checked.  We have active directory map a drive letter and path to a server for a home folder location for each user. i.e. \\<server>\<path>\<user name>.

We are building a new file server, so the name in that path above, variable <server> will change from what it currently is to something new.  Can I make this change globally and leave the path and username in tact?

Thanks.
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Not exactly but you can highlight multiple accounts and change the home folder location for them in one fell swoop by type \\server\path\%USERNAME%  
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