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I have two hard drives C: solid state with the operating system installed and D: for back up. I would like to move my User profile from C: to D: to free up space on C:
Can anyone tell me how to do this?

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  • Are you aware that moving your profile will render future upgrades useless? – td512 May 31 '15 at 8:13
  • Do not move the whole user profile. See zdnet.com/article/… for the reasons. You can move the user data directories (Documents, Downloads, Music, Pictures, and so on), see zdnet.com/article/… for a supported way to do this. – DavidPostill May 31 '15 at 8:27
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I think... you can move the entire Users folder from the C: drive to the D: drive, and create a 'symbolic link'.

I suggest taking a system restore image before hand.

To copy the files...

robocopy /copyall /mir /xj C:\Users D:\Users

To create the link...

mklink /D /J C:\Users D:\Users

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