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Creating custom default user profile copy

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Old 19-06-2008
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Creating custom default user profile copy

I need some help here to create a custom profile in my system. I am unable to do the same. I found some articles on the web related to creating a custom user profile but that does not look to be working well. It is getting complicated now. Is it possible to do the same by simply copying the user profile. I am sure that would be more easier for me to manage the settings.

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Re: Creating custom default user profile copy

I am giving you a link that gives you information on what you are looking for. Just check the link below and then see. There is ample of information and process listed which will guide you in creating custom profiles and manage them easily.
How to customize the default local user profile when you prepare an image of Windows XP or Windows Server 2003
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