Windows 20008 RDS Configuration


For configuring TSE en Windows 2003 Servers I usually prefer to keep user profiles in large D: drive (instead of smaller and ofter saturated C: drive). This way C: drive is never saturated.

To move user profiles to D; I use REGEDIT and change
HKLM\Software\Micorosft\WIndows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList\ and I change the ProfileImagePath to d:\users (instead of c:\users by default)

So far is has been working filne (with Windows 2003 TSE only)

In my last server (witch is a Windows 2008 R2 TSE), users configured that way cannoy use XPS printing or Easy Print. It get a message telling that the document cannot be printed.
And users configured in default C: drive can print XPS or Easy Print normaly, no problem

 Any idea how to solve this problem ? (without recreating all profiles in C: drive )

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gadsadAuthor Commented:
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