Moving Profile to Drive Shelf due to reduced space

Posted on 2011-10-10
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I have two users on TS with 18 Gig between them in profiles. I would like to move them over to a drive shelf, yet I am not sure just how to do that. I can change the profile location in their properties, however I want their log on experience to remain the same. Does anyone have a good step by step resource for Server 2008 and Terminal Service profiles.
Question by:KarlSolid
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    You should just move the folders to a new location , edit their TS profile path, be sure to keep the permissions on the folder and then check if you have any folder redirection GPO in place.
    but apart from that all should be well.

    Also make sure the users have permissions to access the new location.

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