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Profile Migration from Windows NT4/200x Server to Samba

There is nothing to stop you from specifying any path that you like for the location of users' profiles. Therefore, you could specify that the profile be stored on a Samba server or any other SMB server, as long as that SMB server supports encrypted passwords.

Windows NT4 Profile Management Tools

Unfortunately, the resource kit information is specific to the version of MS Windows NT4/200x. The correct resource kit is required for each platform.

Here is a quick guide:

Procedure26.3.Profile Migration Procedure

  1. On your NT4 domain controller, right-click on My Computer, then select Properties, then the tab labeled User Profiles.

  2. Select a user profile you want to migrate and click on it.

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