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As you figured out; yes. It will create the C:\Users\%username% directory of all of the users that were backed up. One thing noteworthy is that it also applies the previous local group memberships. If the user was a local admin, they'll be a local admin on the new machine. So, if you're hoping that a side benefit of re-imaging is to clean up rogue local ...


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It does actually create a profile for the user! I tested it on a machine and had the user log in, sure enough it didn't create another user profile folder or anything


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Try giving PSEXEC from Sysinternals a shot: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897553.aspx I do not have any experience with USMT. Place the USMT tool and the files it requires in c:\temp\usmtSource on the machine you want to drive the process from. You could then use powershell to read the CSV, and PSEXEC to make the invocation on the remote ...


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I believe I have an explanation to this strange behavior. It appears that the "ignore irrelevant links" functionality breaks on links that point to the root of a drive. For example, I had a LNK file in the "recent" folder that was pointing to the "F:\" drive. The comparison ran the compare and returned false because "F:\" was not equal to "F:". Each time I ...


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This can also be done from 2007/2010 to 2013/2016. In order for the nk2 files to import properly they need to have the same outlook profile name. Such as Default Outlook Profile to Outlook. Here is the Syntax you can place in your Custom.XML file. <!-- Outlook Rename NK2 --> <component type="Application" context="User"> <displayName ...


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