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JPJeffery (TechnicalUser) (OP)
23 Aug 11 19:00
In trying to create a default profile for our domain I notice in Windows 7 there's a 'C:\Users\default' folder and a 'C:\Users\Default User' folder.

What's the difference? Which one should I be using for testing the default user locally (prior to copying up to the Netlogon share)?

And, when I try to apply Full Control permissions to Everyone as Administrator, why am I getting 'Access Denied' on some of the profile sub-folders?!

JJ
Variables won't. Constants aren't
There is no apostrophe in the plural of PC (or PST, or CPU, or HDD, or FDD, or photo, or breakfast...and so on)

linney (TechnicalUser)
24 Aug 11 15:41
How to customize default user profiles in Windows 7 and in Windows Server 2008 R2
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/973289


Customizing the Default User Profile in Windows 7 (Part 5) (links to part 1 - 4 also)
http://www.windowsnetworking.com/articles_tutorials/Customizing-Default-User-Profile-Windows-7-Part5.html


This looks at some Permission type problems.

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