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Move Documents & Settings folder on a Terminal Server

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We have a Windows 2003 server running Terminal Services for remote users, which is always runnning out of hard disk space. It was configured with the C drive of only 12Gb & a D drive of 103Gb. I dont want to have to rebuild it totally & upset some 50+ users with having to rebuild their profiles etc. so I'd like to move the documents & settings folder containg them over to the larger drive permanently somehow.
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Will the larger drive be local to the server? Will it be on a  different server, NAS, SAN, etc.?
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The larger drive is on the TS
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