|31 May 2012||#1|
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attempting to move user directories via audit mode, answer file off
trying to use this solution which worked for me in the past.
The example shows ultimate, while i am using professional. Not sure what to put(I tried 'PROFESSIONAL') and while it seemed to kinda work, it did not quite.
I had my old stuff on my d drive, and when I completed the steps, there was a users folder for me(d:\users\chedder) and another with the old computer name appended(d:\users\chedder.oldsysname) with a lock.
I'm not sure it the problem was the improper value for the windows version in the answer file, the fact that I changed the system name(lowercased the first letter on the new name), or both.
Thank you for any help.
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