Quote: Originally Posted by saverio
I was wondering if there was a quick way of relocating a user's directory folder to another drive without having to go into all of the individual folders' location tab in properties?
yes there is all you have to do is go into the user folder and just move them to the new location.
For example: I keep user files on my D drive. So I go into c:\users\mike in one explorer window then I have a folder d:\Mike I go to that in another explore window. So know I have two explorer windows open I take and right click and drag the user files from the C window to the D window and click MOVE. This will relocate all of your locations to that folder. So like when you go to start and pictures it will change that to the location you moved the folder to. Thats it...
One note I do find that in some users cases it will break IE favorites. So after I do the move I will test it by seeing if I can add a bookmark in each user if I can't then I just move the favorites back to the original location on the C drive. At that point I will create a copy on the D drive.