Moving user from stand-alone profile to domain log-in


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I have a user whose notebook computer (WinXP) was originally set up as a
stand-alone computer. I now need to set him up to log on to our Windows
network domain at the office. I know how to get the computer to join the
domain, but (of course) as he signs in under his network username, he gets a
fresh desktop, etc., devoid of all the customizations, documents, links,
shortcuts, etc. that he had under his stand-alone profile.

How do I either A) convert his existing profile to a network domain profile;
or B) move all of his software settings, hardware settings, files, bookmarks,
etc. to the new network profile, so it all appears as it did before he joined
the domain?

Thanks!!

-Gerry
 
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