I'm asking on behalf of a friend of mine.
Here's the situation:
My friend logged onto a Windows 7 install and ended up logging onto a temporary profile (he made it so it does this intentionally). He used that Win7 install to attempt to move some files from an external hard drive to his Win7 install, however he forgot that he was using a temp profile. He went to shut down, but in the middle of the shut down process realized that the documents he copied over to the profile on that Win7 install will be zapped once the shutdown was complete. He let the shutdown go since he didn't want to jeopardize anything further.
He wants to know where this temporary profile is stored. He's running a deletion recovery program and has not restarted into that Windows 7 install with the temp profile in case he ends up overwriting something, but he'd prefer to direct the program at a particular directory if possible.
Is this temporary profile stored in C:\Users or are the contents of the profile stored elsewhere?
Edit: To clarify, we know that the contents of the temp profile were deleted, but we want to know where the profile originally was so we can point our file deletion recovery program at it.