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Why can't I copy profiles in Win 7

Posted on 2010-09-10
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Have two local domain user profiles one old one new.  Logged in as local administrator and the "copy to" button is greyed out?  Ideas?  Thanks
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This feature was disabled in Windows 7 as Microsoft claims the profiles are incompatible. You can copy the contents of Favorites, My Pictures, My Documents, etc ... manually though.

Here's a workaround option you may want to consider : http://joeelway.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!2095EAC3772C41DB!2708.entry

Regards.
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Super fast response, thanks!
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