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Windows 7, how to move user profile on same PC?

Posted on 2016-09-27
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I need to disjoin from one domain, and connect PC to another domain.

I would like to just cut/paste user profile from old user to the new one, so wouldn't have to set everythign up again.

Any idea how?

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Use the Transfer Wizard which is built into Windows 7 and export the profile to a USB disk or another partition (using the Old PC option) Make sure you select all you need (I usually enable all folders of a user's profile).

Then connect to the new domain and use the transfer wizard to import the saved profile (new PC this time).
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