apps >> How to Move Terminal Service profiles

by RXJpYw » Thu, 11 Aug 2005 05:22:02 GMT

I have several TS and the C drive is getting full causing the Server to
crash. I have already moved the page file to a different drive. I'm looking
for some KB article or a way to move the Terminal Service users profile to
the D drive. I have tried creating a roaming profile and I have used the
Terminal Service profile tab in AD.

Thank you
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Eric


apps >> How to Move Terminal Service profiles

by Rickard(Riwe) » Tue, 16 Aug 2005 02:24:27 GMT


How To Change the Default Location of User Profiles and Program Settings
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=KB ;EN-US;q322014

Rickard







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