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How do I change the default users folder to another partition in Windows 2008 SBS

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I have a default install of Windows 2008 SBS server. The server has two partition's. one for the OS and the other is for the data. Where do I have to change in order that any new users I create using the SBS console that the users home folder is created on the Data partition instead of the OS partition?
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You can change it in the SBS console , but you will need to move everyones, not just new users, open the Backup and Server storage, and on the right there is a "move users' shared data"
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