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"Current User" files

Hello,

I have a question/problem about ZfD Personality Migration.

I have several users which "hop" computers several times a week, and I do
not want to use roaming-profiles.

I want to backup the profile of the "current user" using Personality
Migration to backup up his/her settings and sometimes migrate it to other
systems. How can I do this?

I do not want to migrate all availble user profiles created by network users.

Does anyone have an advice?

Thanks in advance,

Peter de Graaf
The Netherlands
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Re: "Current User" files

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Re: "Current User" files

p.degraaf@royalhuisman.com,

>I want to backup the profile of the "current user" using Personality
>Migration to backup up his/her settings and sometimes migrate it to other
>systems. How can I do this?
>
>I do not want to migrate all availble user profiles created by network
>users.


You could do this by creating a template, but you would want the template
to be very small.(not backup many files)
But the problem is that you will want this to run on logout which you
could do, but this isn't what PM is for.

It would be better if you create a zen policy that launches a script that
runs robocopy or such and copies the files.

PM is more for making a backup before upgrading a PC or replacing it.

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