Code:C:\Windows\system32>attrib c:\users\public\* /d /s SH C:\users\public\AccountPictures\desktop.ini SH C:\users\public\Desktop\desktop.ini C:\users\public\Documents\Hyper-V\Virtual hard disks A SH C:\users\public\Documents\desktop.ini C:\users\public\Documents\Hyper-V R C:\users\public\Documents\My Music R C:\users\public\Documents\My Pictures R C:\users\public\Documents\My Videos A SH C:\users\public\Downloads\desktop.ini A SH C:\users\public\Libraries\desktop.ini A C:\users\public\Libraries\RecordedTV.library-ms A SH C:\users\public\Music\desktop.ini A SH C:\users\public\Pictures\desktop.ini A SH C:\users\public\Videos\desktop.ini HR C:\users\public\AccountPictures HR C:\users\public\Desktop A SH C:\users\public\desktop.ini R C:\users\public\Documents R C:\users\public\Downloads HR C:\users\public\Libraries R C:\users\public\Music R C:\users\public\Pictures R C:\users\public\Videos C:\Windows\system32>
EDIT: My mistake, those in red I thought were missing from your list are only junctions so ignore this post. Good find.
Last edited by lx07; 15 Nov 2016 at 17:53. Reason: correction
bug present in "creators update insider preview" too...
definitive workaround to resolve the bug.
i lost tons of hours trying from an AU iso, but... damn, was so obvious
- install november update
- relocate (during installation or after as you prefer)
- install anniversary update
at the moment, i don't see any difference compared to a clean install using an AU iso. i'll use it for a while and, finally, migrate all pcs...
I am wanting to use part 2 in moving the User Directory to drive U:\, as described in the initial post..
My win10 system is the free upgrade from win7 to win10, Version 10.0.14393.
Where do I find the install.wim file? I can not find it C:\ nor in the iso backup file I created during the upgrade?
Users Folder - Move Location in Windows 10 - Page 82 - Windows 10 Forums
Sysprepping an existing Windows installation (Method Two in tutorial), especially an upgraded system sometimes fails. That's why I recommend using this method in a clean, fresh install only (Method One in tutorial). That being said, all of you going for Method Two: Do not forget to create a full backup before proceeding; if you come back here telling it failed, what now, my first answer will be to restore the backup and try again correcting errors you made in the first try.
I have a brand-new Dell Vostro, with Win 10 Pro.
Is there a similar tutorial for the situation where Windows is already installed?
I would like to move my "Users" folder to E.
If that's not possible (or too risky for a non-techie), the next choice would be to move my Downloads folder to E, to free up space on C.
I've already moved "Documents" to E, using: Right-click on Documents > Properties > Location tab
If there's a better method, I can move Documents back to C, and start again :-)