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How do I migrate roaming profiles?

How do I migrate roaming profiles?

There isn’t a supported method of migrating roaming user profiles from one profile version to another.

  1. Step 1: Enable the use of separate profile versions.
  2. Step 2: Create a Roaming User Profiles security group.
  3. Step 3: Create a file share for roaming user profiles.
  4. Step 4: Optionally create a GPO for Roaming User Profiles.

Where are user profiles stored in Windows XP?

User Profile Namespace in Windows XP

  1. Local user profiles are stored within the root folder %SystemDrive%\Documents And Settings.
  2. Each user who has logged on at least once to the computer has a user profile folder named after his user account.

Does UE v replace roaming profiles?

As such, it does not replace traditional user profiles, but it may be used in place of roaming profiles (given a sufficient amount of custom templates). Neither does UE-V migrate settings between application versions that store their settings differently, e.g. Office 2007 and Office 2010.

How do I restore a user profile in Windows XP?

Click the Settings button in the User Profiles section. Select the user account that was corrupted. Click the Copy To button. Click Browse button and then browse For Folder dialog box to locate the Documents and Settings folder and select the new account.

How do I recover a user account in Windows XP?

  1. Open the “Start” menu, click on the “All Programs” list, go to the “Accessories” folder and open the “System Tools” folder.
  2. Click on the “System Restore” program.
  3. Select the option to “Restore my Computer.”
  4. Choose a date from the list where the user account was still active on the computer.

What is Uev?

Microsoft UE-V (User Experience Virtualization) is a tool that enables users to move from one Windows device to another and maintain the same operating system (OS) and applications settings.

Does UE-v replace roaming profiles?

Does System Restore recover User Profiles?

Perform System Restore and Bring Deleted User Profile Back. Important: A System Restore Point will record everything on your PC, including the system state and saved files, which includes User Profile, installed programs, etc.