First you need to export the profile list from the old server and import it in the new by exporting the following registry keys and importing them to the new server. (Careful in the registry..blah…blah..blah.)
Then you can copy the profiles.
Run this command from the new server:
robocopy “\\<oldTS>\c$\documents and settings” “c:\documents and settings” /COPYALL /S /XD
”\\<oldTS>\c$\documents and settings\Administrator”
”\\<oldTS>\c$\documents and settings\LocalService”
”\\<oldTS>\c$\documents and settings\NetworkService”
”\\<oldTS>\c$\documents and settings\Default User”
”\\<oldTS>\c$\documents and settings\All Users”
Where otdTS is the name of the old terminal server. Don’t include the <> around the name.
I hope that helps. I successfully added a terminal server to a cluster and was able to copy profiles (roaming) from one server to a new server and users also didn’t have to wait for the profile to be created.