Clone a TS user/environment

I have TS user with a set of attributes/rights and a desktop (environment) with certain programs and files.  I would like to clone this user/environment and create multiple copies with different user names and passwords.
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I am not sure if this would work for you.. but i'd try:  Log in as new user, once the new profile is created, overwrite only: favorites / desktop / my documents.  Kind of tweak to get the right formula.. since if you overwrite it entirely.. the sid gets overwritten and windows just creates a new user profile not recognizing what you overwrote.  
P_A_RAuthor Commented:
Good idea.  I'm trying it and will give feedback soon.
P_A_RAuthor Commented:
Some success.  Able to clone the Desktop, IE favorites, etc.  Unable to clone IE security settings, default printer, MS WORD preferences.  Any suggestions?
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hmm.. for the office.. i think you need to copy over.. the rest i think is all in the registry for that particular user hkcu I think.. you can try copying application data too see if it helps.. otherwise i heard you can use USMT 3.01 on a 2003 server.. VALUEADD\MSFT\USMT from the Windows Server 2003 CD.

Good luck!
P_A_RAuthor Commented:
I was unable to "clone" the user with all attributes.  Ended up purchasing services of a consultant who achieved the desired result through "group policies".

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P_A_RAuthor Commented:
Was unable to solve the problem with the other suggestions.
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