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  1. Hi, I was wondering how (with nlite) ? I have orginal compaq and dell OS cd. and want to convert language but I dont mean change keyboards. How can I do switch my orginal english compaq to orginal turkish compaq. thanks...
  2. hi, How-to Create a bootable ERD commander (2003 or 2005) with usb drive? thanks!
  3. A Microsoft Windows user profile describes the Windows configuration for a specific user, including the user's environment and preference settings. The user profile contains those settings and configuration options specific to the user, such as installed applications, desktop icons, and color options. This profile is built in part from System Policy information (for example, those things that a user has access to and those things that the user can and cannot change) and in part from permitted, saved changes that a user makes to customize the desktop. The tool CopyProfile allows the administrators to copy profile of one user to another from a command line. As per KB article Q305709(http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=305709) Administrators can create default user profiles by copying profile. This tools removes the dependency on the Graphical interface and lets the administrator copy profile using scripts. Using the copyprofile tool is relatively easy. The command line for the tool has a single format. CopyProfile <sourceuser> <destination dir> <permitted to use> <sourceuser> Source user denotes the user whose profile needs to be copied. This profile should not be already in use when copy operation is taking place. <destination dir> Destination directory is the directory where the files/registry settings etc. will be copied. Note: This directory will be deleted if it already exists. <permitted to use> Permitted to use user is the user who will have access rights on this newly copied profile. Samples: CopyProfile administrator “C:\Documents and Settings\Default User” Everyone Default Location of Copy Profile: %SystemDrive%\Program Files\Microsoft CopyProfile http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/info.as...CopyProfile.msi
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