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I have a Windows 2008 R2 server with a bunch of Local Profiles on it.  I need to move/copy these profiles to an identical Windows 2008 R2 server.  What us the best way to do this?  I dont want to make them roaming btw...
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I've used Transwiz successfully: http://www.forensit.com/move-computer.html. You can use the free version.
Basically, you:
1. Export the profile to a file. I used an external drive. A network drive would also work.
1a. Repeat exporting other profiles at this step. Note: If you have many profiles, Transwiz has a Command-line interface to automate transfers
2. Import the profile on the target station.
3. Logon the user.
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Hi Chad,

Just wondering if my post has helped you.
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