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How to copy admin profile in windows 7

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I am working on a laptop running windows 7 Pro and  I have configured the local admin profile exactly how I want it, but i would like to copy this profile over another profile on the machine. I log in as another user and try to copy it over, but the copy button is grayed out. I have tried logging in as the domain admin still nothing. I have checked the GPO settings and don't see anything there either. Not sure where to look next. This always worked in XP, maybe I am missing a step in 7.
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Hi

Use the builtin feature of win 7 to copy / transfer user profiles
Follow the link below for more information

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/products/features/windows-easy-transfer

Regards

Batch
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