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Moving Users home file

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I have all my users setup, and they are apparently stored on the NAS device. Can I transfer them easily to the server?
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If you wanted to move the home folder I would reccomend using robocopy to copy the folders to the new location including all current permissions. Once this has been completed then you should be able to update the hold folder attribute to the new location.
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