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2003 TS roaming profile move to 2008 TS roaming profile

Posted on 2010-11-15
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I need to know how to get Favorites from the old 2003 TS profiles into the new 2008 TS profile with a script or some auto process.  It works it I createa VB script but I have to specify the user names:  
All profiles are under a central Directory:
Profiles -> username  &  username.V2 are under there  
The .V2 or course are not there until the user logins to the 2008 TS the first time.
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I answered my own quesion too bad no points:  Here's what I did since when romaing users login to ts is copies the network profile into the local profile directorys and then copies them back to the server with any changes that where made, just run this little bat script on login for your users before any other script:

robocopy \\server\PROFTS\%username%\Favorites C:\Users\%username%\Favorites
exit

%username%  = Old 2003 Profile
%username%.V2 = new 2008 TS profile    FYI
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