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TSE profiles

Posted on 2011-02-16
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Hello,

I just installed a new TSE server
Since C drive is quite small (only 4 Go left) I want to create all users profiles on D drive which has plenty of available disk space

How do I do this ? I want all TSE profiles to be automatically created in "E:\documents and settings"  

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