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Windows Server 2008 R2 Terminal Server

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My Terminal Server is restarting and give kernel power error and bug check 0. If I want to move the users from this terminal server to another Windows Server 2008 R2 Terminal Server. Please advice the solution to move the users.
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Shahid
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Neil RussellTechnical Development LeadCommented:
Wrong Zone
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BawerCommented:
I suggest create another terminal server and create all users one by one, although there are practices moving the profiles but i don;t recommend as i have  been working with terminal servers for 8 years now and did not see any benefit in moving the profiles because of different configuration issues.

As par as the current server is concerned, it can be better troubleshooted if you can provide details of the server.
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sgoganAuthor Commented:
it is same type
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techgrl89Commented:
"Bawer" - are you still linked up here? And if so, has your 8 years flipped to 9 by now? I have some TS questions if you catch this. post. Thank you.
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BawerCommented:
I was quite busy and did not get time to look on my certain answered posts. So what is the status now .... .
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techgrl89Commented:
Bawer, I have some basic TS questions that are not necessarily related to this post, but I'd like to pick your brain. I can post a new topic elsewhere. The basic thrust is - I am introducing a 2008 R2 TS into our domain, where an existing 2003 TS has been the sole licensing server. I do not want a farm, just 2 TS's until I can decom the 2003. I cannot seem to get the new TS to dish out a license. I have made adjustments in AD, to no avail. Thoughts...new topic elsewhere. Many thanks.
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