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How to export users variables and import over?

Is there an easier way to do it with registry key or any other way?
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SterlingMcClungCommented:
Can you provide more details on what you are trying to do?
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Tiras25Author Commented:
Trying to modify Users Environment Variables on one server.  Then apply over to multiple other servers.
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SterlingMcClungCommented:
Still not exactly sure the end purpose of this, but, assuming you are using Active Directory, you can push user environment variables via group policy:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc772047.aspx

Not sure about the exporting process.  Do you have a specific user account setup that you want to duplicate?  I can't think of an automated process, but you could use:

set > environment.log

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to grab a listing of the variables for that user and then create the GPOs accordingly.
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w_richardCommented:
Please update what exactly you wanted to export, ie the report.

If yes then report of what like for instance for File Server auditing or for AD Management or for all the events etc.

thanks.
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Tiras25Author Commented:
Just need to export all the Users Environment variables from one user to all the others.
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