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How can we migrate all of our users xp data to our new terminal server where they will be working out of? There computers will be replaced with thin terminals. We want their experience to stay the same or improve but we will not settle for less.
I have observed both in network settings and on standalone computers that windows (xp) sometimes creates an additional user account with the same name as the "proper" one but with a trailing .001, .002 etc. Sometimes it is the machine name instead that is added on to the account name. It is most...