Unlike Windows XP, it's pretty easy to change a user's sub-directories in Windows 7 like Music and Documents. Go to their properties' location tab and move it elsewhere.
I am looking for similar solution to moving the user's entire directory. Which resides here:
There was a hiccup in the domain controller (dc), so I had to unplug my machine from the dc and plug it back in. Now I have a new user folder. It's located here:
I want to rename
C:\Users\Username. However, I understand the files under
C:\Users\Username do not belong to me (anymore), therefore, I'll have to take ownership of them first. Which I did. Then I tried the following registry change:
Modified the ProfileImagePath's data to
C:\Users\Username. Then I kept my fingers crossed. Of course, it didn't work.
After restarting the machine and attempting to login using domain credentials failed. It tried to log me in, then it logged me out. So, I had to revert my registry changes. Googling didn't help much. Any ideas on what I can try without screwing it up horribly?