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we have migrated several users home-folder and network shared, printers several times. The best thing we use to copy is Kls backup software we use sync option to keep data update, use for 30days you can directly upload to azure,amazon for roaming profile we you can set profile path and make it null later. But before doing clean up temp folders and files, ...
A previous employer migrated a bunch of user profiles when they moved from workgroups (with 5000+ PCs) to active directory. A couple of years before that, we also upgraded the machines from Windows 2000 to Windows XP. In both cases, we used a third party tool named PC Transplant. The OS upgrade involved (fully scripted): Back up old machine to server ...
Prepare the new machine and send it to the user, and ask him to plug it to a second port. Ask him to leave both started and migrate the data (with a simple copy) We do that at my job, but we have an Exchange, thus except some work document and IE favorite, their is nothing much to save. (and we push most of the application too) The only thing that some ...
Assuming you use roaming profiles, you could just set the "Profile Path" and "Home folder" parameters for a given user with a script. However, only one profile can be active at a time of course.
I found the cause. This is because of EFS. If a user encrypt a file and if he does not have a roaming profile then a local profile is created on the server.
Just set/create the environment variable within an asp.net page like: System.Environment.SetEnvironmentvariable("myvar", "my value", System.EnvironmentvariableTarget.user) this should survive AppPool recycles and even server reboots. I have a full working example at this answer
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