How To Create a Roaming User Profile in Windows Server 2003
This step-by-step article describes how to create a roaming user profile. Roaming user profiles give you the same working environment, no matter which Windows Server 2003-based computer that you log on to.
Creating a Roaming User Profile
Creating a roaming user profile is a two-step process. First you create a test user profile, and then you copy the test user profile to a network server.
Create a Test Profile
To create a test profile for the roaming user, follow these steps:
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Copy the Test Profile
To copy the test profile to a network server, follow these steps:
NOTE: To make this profile mandatory, rename the Ntuser.dat file as Ntuser.man in the user's profile folder.
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