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Just copy the profile you created to a new folder. We have networked printers on a print server, sysprep doesn't like that. JoinAFCOMfor the best data centerinsights. The only thing I haven't been able to successfully configure for a win7 image is the task bar and some start menu items. http://skdcom.com/windows-10/evaluation-copy-to-permanent-copy.html

Click the Windows Enabler Notification Tray icon to activate Windows Enabler. Also, a couple sidenotes since my last post: The more I use Sysprep the more I like it over the traditional way we all used in XP, to the point that It sucks, frankly.As it dawned on me from reading around various blog posts on this issue, it was a genuine "WTF" moment. Just time consuming, but no great problem.

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I work in the Helpdesk of what Microsoft probably considers a "medium" sized business.  With all the stuff going on in our office, getting changes made to GPOs requires a lot Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Finally found something by raj_srini / November 8, 2006 12:13 AM PST In reply to: Still no luck This URL from a different What types of profiles are being customizing?  Mandatory, network default, local default?

Perhaps things may change with the final release? FYI, on my system, this Default Users folder has Full Control privs for sharing, and Full Control NTFS privs for Everyone, Domainname \administrator and System. Run Windows Enabler on the Windows 7 machine, and a little blue & white icon will show up in your system tray.3. Windows Enabler Windows 7 Profile Copy But it does not work for any other user profile.

Saturday, August 15, 2009 2:11 AM 1 Sign in to vote This is so frustrating to work with.  I'm beginning to regret getting involved with Win 7 deployment specifically because of Profile Copy To Greyed Out Windows 10 It was definetly handy to be able to copy the profile at times. The button is still grayed out for me. Get More Information Thursday, May 14, 2009 6:56 PM 1 Sign in to vote Hello Jeff,That scenario that was used to replace the Default User Profile was unsupported in Windows Vista and unsupported in

When I add a program or make a change I need to copy the default user profile so that everyone that logs onto that computer gets the same profile, ie: desktops, Windows Enabler Windows 10 Profile Copy The Steps: After setting up the profile for one user, lets call the account "adrian", do the following: 0. Log off the computer. Where is an example?  The highlight of my month was last week when I got the Default User profile to copy and stick.  It just shouldn't be something that feels like

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Type the name Everyone,and then click OK. http://windowsitpro.com/systems-management/q-im-trying-copy-user-profile-copy-button-grayed-out-dialog-box-system-control-pa Join Now In Windows 7 the "Copy To" is GREYED OUT for EVERY USER except the Default Profile. Windows 10 User Profiles Copy To Greyed Out Go to c: drive in Explorer (or whatever your system drive is), hit the ALT key, go to the Tools Menu-> Folder Options and start unchecking "Hides" so Explorer sees all Windows Enabler During the course of a day up to 20 different students could log on to a pc.

Hi,Did you change the permissions in the registry of ntuser.dat? weblink Side note, if anyone has any other thoughts about my plight, other options perhaps. It allows you to copy the default one.  Set the permissions to "everyone" and copy to a network share.Go back in and rename the Default one back to users name and Saturday, August 22, 2009 7:33 PM 2 Sign in to vote Hey all,I believe I have a solution!I just tested it, and it seems to work perfectly. :)1. User Profile Copy To Greyed Out Windows 2008 R2

Saturday, July 25, 2009 5:16 AM 2 Sign in to vote Microsoft, you're killing me here.  I was hoping that some of the ridiculousness of Vista would not be carried over It seems that this is no longer possible now. If I had read this article before ... navigate here Bring up the "Users Profile" window, and select the profile you wish to copy where the button is grayed out.4.

Here's what i mean: It enables a button, in theory any button. Windows 7 Copy Profile If you don't, he'll break your legs! by R.

I agree something else must be going on on the Win 7 home premium system, but I can't imagine what it is.

Log on as administrator and change the new account to administrator. From Windows Explorer, navigate to C:\Users. Tuesday, August 18, 2009 12:59 AM 0 Sign in to vote This is so frustrating to work with.  I'm beginning to regret getting involved with Win 7 deployment specifically because of Windows 10 Copy Profile Their solution is to enable the flag in the answer file for Sysprep.

How am I suppose to create my Windows 7 Mandatory Roaming Profiles?I tried to copy manually but there must be something in there that changes ownership of the profile inside the profile I have disabled UAC permanently AND Set all the permissions back to XP permissions on the drive and registry. It contains quite a few links to all the "hidden" stuff that is there to support Windows XP (application data, My Documents etc).Cheers,Laralforbes Saturday, May 23, 2009 6:29 AM 1 Sign in http://skdcom.com/windows-10/replacing-hard-drive-with-the-same-copy-of-windows.html I was able to copy a profile, and log in with a new user, and everything looks good so far! :D  Windows Enabler is a great little utility to add to

Also you have to remove any user specific settings.The Default User in Windows 7 is also quite unique than a users profile too. User profile cannot be loaded.Fix "The User Profile Service failed the logon. I just had the same problem and your solution works. I have found a script that might be able to do it...

Go to Users\ and rename "Default" to "Default Back" (we want to keep the old one around in case things go south and we need to but the original Default profile It changes too many settings to be what i consider a good image for roll out. Copy an icon to hundreds is profiles is out of the question. You also said in the OP: Heads up, sysprep is not good enough.

If you don't use an unattend file it will not copy the profile to apply your changes to the default profile. 0 Sign In or Register to comment. Not sure if the solution was due to creating a 3rd dummy account, or from rebooting. Go back to User accounts and change your new account back to limited. I login with an admin account, customize the pc the way I want, shut it down, power it back on and login with another admin account and save the default user

Default Printers, desktop shortcuts, browser preferences, application settings.  With XP, we have a different profile for each department.  We install XP on a machine and then have a script which installs If it was not supported the option should have been removed. We can get the settings made with the default profile, and get every user who logs in to the system the right configurations. A silly question: have You disabled UAC (and reboot) before trying to copy one profile to another one?

Proffitt Forum moderator / July 7, 2008 10:20 PM PDT In reply to: User Profiles - Copy to button is grayed out This discussion is from years ago. I'm used to modifing the default profile and rolling out an image.