Importing User Settings

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    prasad.mdevi

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    We have old Windows XP computers for our plant with different users and different Group Policy (G.P.C ). for each (on old hardware Intel 945 mother board). Now as the old hardware is no longer available, we have installed XP on a new Dell 9020.

    The problem is: how to import all the user accounts and all the settings, G.P.C. at once?

    I have tried file transfer wizard of Windows XP, but it transfers only the current user.

    Can we import all the user settings and their G.P.C. at a time? If it is possible - how to do it?
     
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    Elizabeth23

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    when you use the file and settings transfer wizard, when you get to the page that says to select settings and/or files, choose the box that says custom, in the box that opens click on add folder, go to (for example) documents and settings/administrator, highlight and click ok, do this for each setting you want to transfer,.
     
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    I tried that but it does not help ...
    It is creating folders but not users ...
    what I want is ..
    it should be able to create users with all settings and group policy..
     
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    not sure if I can help you then, maybe someone else can chime in with a solution.
     
    Elizabeth23, Dec 20, 2015
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    From HERE, read this and see if it helps
     
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