If I can't copy my profile settings over I will have to do a fresh-install again. The alternative is to import the shortcuts and various registry entries straight into the default profile. etc. Deploy the image.When I follow those above steps, the Admin account that I configured DOES NOT copy over to any future accounts that I log in with.What exactly am I doing this contact form
I can copy Appdata over without a problem. m. cause Microsoft's not... Click the OK button. http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/227066-how-copy-my-profile-settings-default-administrator-account.html
Is that> normal, as far as something else that has to be transferred over?> I don't know what happened with your documents transfer, but it issimple to just copy the files Simple and plain I believe it's just one of those ridiculous Microsoft Bloops and Blunders goofed up decisions... See Also Reference Sysprep Command-Line Options Concepts Sysprep Process Overview Other Resources Sysprep (System Preparation) Overview Show: Inherited Protected Print Export (0) Print Export (0) Share IN THIS ARTICLE Is this Log in using the Administrator account.
Don't make us hack and crack your OS to get something to work. You really only want to copy the original Administrator> account files to Macmahon. To secure an OS is one thing. Copyprofile Windows 10 Locate the C:\Documents and Settings\Old_Username folder, where Cis the drive on which Windows XP is installed, and Old_Username is thename of the profile you want to copy user data from (the
There are other reasons why you need this functionality (as I'm sure you are aware) that have nothing to do with initial delivery of an image on a new device or On the User Profiles tab, and under Profiles stored on this computer, click the user profile you want to copy, and then click Copy To. > > In the Copy To The CopyProfile setting must be set to True in the final answer file that is present when the OS restarts after Sysprep (Specialize phase) or the answer file used when Setup https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/eff281a0-734f-4486-8dce-70a15964c24c/copy-profile-to-default?forum=w7itproinstall To test Windows Runtime-based apps, modify the following registry key: From an elevated command prompt, run Regedit.exe.
I enabled the Hidden Admin account on my Win7 Pro laptop. Copy Default Profile Windows 7 Without Sysprep I'm worried about registry settings, Tasks, visual settings, etc. The following steps are not supported or recommended by Microsoft but seem to work:Enable Desktop BackgroundDownload and edit the RDP file for your imaging reservation from the VCL website to allow If this were easy, we wouldn't have jobs.
They've been working just fine and the new Internet Explorer comes out. Then use a tool like Reg.exe or KiXtart to load the Default User hive into a temporary location into the Registry, write only the needed settings, and then unload the hive. Microsoft-windows-shell-setup\copyprofile I have been up and down various boards over the last few days, and though I have found many suggestions, I keep finding myself in an endless loop. Windows 7 Default User Profile Corrupt For Domain joined systems, an alternative exists that in many cases will provide a centralized way to update user profiles and accomplish the same tasks that many of you are seeking:
In contrast to the less IT-friendly methods for deploying preferences, Group Policy preferences add to Group Policy a centralized system for deploying preferences. weblink On the reference computer, open an elevated command prompt, and then type this command: Copy C:\Windows\System32\Sysprep\Sysprep /generalize /oobe /shutdown /unattend: F:\CopyProfile.xml where F is the letter of the USB flash drive The shell is more complicated for Windows 2000 and higher. I do NOT believe that's real. Customize Default User Profile Windows 7
There's no GPO for Adobe, or AutoCAD, or MATLab, etc. it's silly. Mike... http://pspdesktops.com/windows-7/windows-7-install-stuck-at-setup-is-starting.html Why do we have to jump through all these hoops that take so much time when it could be done in <10 minutes before?
Thursday, May 27, 2010 7:27 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote just a question, why dont you just use a GPO to make your changes? General Discussion Windows 7 Built-In Administrator Account Profile Corruption.Help. As I stated elsewhere on another thread -- Microsoft has totally missed the use case on this. Defprof I have 200 lab computers.
LDMonday, June 07, 2010 6:38 PM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote When you complain, they will tell you to use SCCM. Confirm that you didn't use a domain account. etc. his comment is here After using the sysprep method all I get is a default profile with ALL customized preferences wiped out.
It's that I do NOT believe an answer exists. This process will copy settings that should not be copied to the default user profile. So when the new user logs in, Not All of my customizations are replicated - too many to mention here.What I have found though, is to use the ctrl+shift+f3 in audit I think I'm resolving to no customizations other than installing the corporate software and letting the end user figure things out on their own.
I assume this is because the amendments to the default profile will not apply to these accounts. What?How are you imaging your machines because no matter what I do, I cannot get CopyProfile to work...This is what I do:1. I checked and there is already a Design Change Request for putting back this functionality – many complaints." He also referred me to the following (may have been referenced earlier in Having read the following MS article: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/973289 I have a few questions.
a. I can be useful when only a small number of targeted changes are required. I've created an unattend.xml file with the CopyProfile and DoNotCleanTaskBar options set (see below). There is no *simple* method to copy over the default profile, its gone.
If you're as strong an engineer as you say, this should be simple to overcome. Friday, June 11, 2010 11:17 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote When you complain, they will tell you to use SCCM. Type in administrators and click the Check Names button.