Windows Xp Domainde Profil Değişimi

Yeni domaine katılım sonrası mevcut profil olarak eski profil gösterilmesi


Perform the following:

1) Join the PC into the new domain
2) Logon as a user for the new domain. This will create a new user profile
in c:\Documents and settings for this user in the new domain
3) Logon as an administrator and open Regedit
4) Navigate to HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\Current
5) Notice that each SID has a key value called 'ProfileImagePath'. For the
new domain user you logged in with at step 2, adjust this path to point to
the old users profile location.
6) Logon as the domain user and you will now have the old users desktop

NOTE: You may have to adjust the permissions for the old users profile so
that it is accessible for the new user - but this is easily done with NTFS
permissions. There is actually a Microsoft article on this procedure
somewhere - I just can't remember where. And new user must local admin

Özellikle şifre sorunu nedeni ile Outlook ve Outlook Express hesap bilgilerini yedeklemek gerekebilir. Öncelikle ilk işlem olarak eski profildeyken aşağıdaki prosedürler izlenmeli.


With Outlook it was possible to export Outlook accounts on a file to reuse on an other computer...:
Export the Registry key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Windows Messaging Subsystem\Profiles

and import it into the other computer's Registry.


Exporting Addresses :

Getting the data out of your address book for safekeeping is relatively easy. From the menu select File | Export | Address Book and select the comma separated text file as your output format. Then select the fields you want to export. To make sure you know where the backup is going, give a full path name. Most people's address books can easily fit on a floppy disk, so you could save it directly to a file such as A:\ADDRESS.TXT if you wanted. To restore the address book or to get your addresses onto a new system, the process is not quite symmetrical. Select File | Import | Other address book and select the text file option again. You'll be given a list of fields to import. Since you're importing a file that was created by Outlook Express, you usually don't need to make any changes here. After that, click your way on through the wizard and you'll get your address
book back.

Account Settings :

Data about your mail and news accounts are stored in the registry key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Account Manager. To save this data, start RegEdit and select that key in the left-hand pane. Then from the menu select Registry | Export Registry File. Save the file to a name like ACCOUNTS.REG and put it in a safe place. Like the address list, this will fit on a floppy for most people. To restore the account settings, right-click the .REG file and select Merge. As an alternative, you can save the data one account at a time through Outlook Express: click Tools | Accounts | Export and specify the name of the file to save the settings. Be sure to save this information for every account.

Mail Rules :

A reader named Vardis correctly pointed out that I'd forgotten about the mail rules, so I've added this section. You'll find all the information about mail rules and other per-identity settings in HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Identities. If you run Regedit and export this entire subkey to a file the same way you did with account settings, you can safely store them away. Restoring can be a bit tricky though. Under the Identities key you'll see that each subkey has a strange number that looks
similar to {36553740-2BAC-11D3-95B1-00A0C993DADF}. If you're just restoring some botched settings back onto the same system without reinstalling, the numbers shouldn't change and you can just restore the registry entries. If you're moving to a new system or doing a clean install, these numbers may be different and you may have to manually move the entries to the differently numbered entries that are actually being used.

Block Senders Key :

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Identities\{Long ID No.}\Software\Microsoft\Outlook
Express\5.0\Block Senders

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Protected Storage System Provider

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