I've recently changed following registry key:
In order to ensure that all new profiles will be created on D drive, I've also successfully re-created some bulky profiles which were already created on C drive (by backing up all data, then deleting profiles through Windows GUI and letting them to be re-created on D).
Shortly afterwards I've noticed that some users whose profiles which already existed on C drive prior to that change start logging on with temp profiles. Just wondering if there any connection between change I made & this. And in general is it safe to just change this setting on Windows Server 2008 R2 with RDS role installed (if all I want is to have new profiles created on D drive) or some other registry changes required? Any negative consequences for existing profiles?
P.S. The server in question is AD DS member server with some corporate customizations (I'm not fully aware about all of them) - that's why I have extra concerns about possible conflicts of my change with some other settings/customizations.