How to add a network connection profile(ex., dial-up profile, LAN profile) using WSH?

How to add a network connection profile(ex., dial-up profile, LAN profile) using WSH?

Post by V2lsc29uIE » Wed, 14 Apr 2004 12:11:04


Hi everyone
Has anybody can teach me How to add a network connection profile(ex., dial-up profile, LAN profile) using WSH
If you have any program can make it. Please email me
Thank
 
 
 

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I just added a Windows Server 2003 domain to my network. I then joined my XP
Pro SP2 system to the domain. I want to move all of the settings of my
original, local user profile to my new, domain user profile. But when I go
to the My Computer | System Properties | Advanced | User Profiles and try to
copy one profile to the other, it says that I must first delete everything
from that folder (Documents and Settings\User.Domain). However, I am unable
to delete everything from that folder due to sharing violations. It doesn't
matter if I logon as the original user, the new user, the local
Administrator, or the Domain Administrator. Is this just not possible, and
if not, why was the option included?

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says the old profile is twice as large as it was ;-(

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