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How to ... Copy Old Profile to my New Profile ?

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Old 05-14-2009
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How to ... Copy Old Profile to my New Profile ?

Hi!

First Post in this Forum so... I'm here!

I had a Domain named "DOMAIN" hosted in a Windows 2003 Server. This
Server died for some reason (hardware failure) and its place took a
brand NEW Windows 2003 Server (completely new hardware), so the Active
Directory changed too !

In this situation, I have a Windows Vista Ultimate 32bit PC which is
the HTPC of my home. I have taken care everything for my HTPC to work
flawlessly. So its 100% ok!

But, now that my Active Directory changed, I've got to login to this
A.D. (from the Vista computer) with a new profile.

How can I save all this work I've done to my HTPC so I will not lose
all the settings I have stored in my Vista Profile? What can I do for
this? I cannot do it again from scratch !!!

PLEASE, help!

Thank you in advance and.. SORRY for my bad English.. arty:


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Old 05-15-2009
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Re: How to ... Copy Old Profile to my New Profile ?

"ultraxmode" <guest@unknown-email.com> wrote in message
news:5b71923538491ec088e7d7d86688d8f4@nntp-gateway.com...
>
> Hi!
>
> First Post in this Forum so... I'm here!
>
> I had a Domain named "DOMAIN" hosted in a Windows 2003 Server.
> This
> Server died for some reason (hardware failure) and its place took
> a
> brand NEW Windows 2003 Server (completely new hardware), so the
> Active
> Directory changed too !
>
> In this situation, I have a Windows Vista Ultimate 32bit PC which
> is
> the HTPC of my home. I have taken care everything for my HTPC to
> work
> flawlessly. So its 100% ok!
>
> But, now that my Active Directory changed, I've got to login to
> this
> A.D. (from the Vista computer) with a new profile.
>
> How can I save all this work I've done to my HTPC so I will not
> lose
> all the settings I have stored in my Vista Profile? What can I do
> for
> this? I cannot do it again from scratch !!!
>
> PLEASE, help!
>
> Thank you in advance and.. SORRY for my bad English.. arty:


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