I'm trying to relocate my C:\Users\Me folder on my SSD to F:\Users\Me which resides on my HDD.
So far I've tried two approaches.
Modifying the following registry keys in "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList"
"Default" = F:\Users\Me "Profiles" = F:\Users "ProgramData" = %SystemDrive%\ProgramData "Public" = F:\Users\Public
Then finding the S-1-5-**** key that represents my profile and modifying
"ProfileImagePath" = F:\Users\Me
Booting to windows 8.1 install USB and entering repair mode with command prompt.
At command prompt I renamed my C:\Users\Me folder to C:\Users\MeBak and ran "mklink \J C:\Users\Me F:\Users\Me" to create the junction (I also used \D with the same results)
Both of these methods result in Windows 8.1 loading up a temporary profile because it failed to find/load the correct one.
Any solutions that work for relocating the users folder to another drive?