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Windows 10 Pro -- default SAVE location = C:\Users\Default\Desktop

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I am logged into my domain account on a new Windows 10 Pro machine and anytime I save a document (NotePad, etc) it defaults to C:\Users\Default\Desktop instead of C:\Users\MyName\Desktop

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