SBS new user wizard -v- manual user setup
Win2003 SBS. At first I was setting up users manualy ie creat user,
insert profile path d:\users\username then was told [I think on this ng]
to allow wizard to create everything.
Now today I add user with wizard and OS creates account but profile and
default path are blank. When I log on with new user, system creates
d:\pub\username with my docus in it. Only problem is d:\pub is shared
resource and everyone see everyones product.
Manually changed several users folders under \pub to restrict access to
user and admin, but then I notice that my manual creations have my docus
in d:\users\username and they are hidden from network. Also this
\userename folder has many more folders [including hidden system
folders] than \pub which seems to mainly have my docus.
Please point me in correct direction to discover my misunderstanding of
correct procedure and also, if I am assuming correctly that the system
SHOULD be building user folders at d:\users\username thereby hidden, is
there an easy way to xfer existing d:\pub accounts to proper location?
Thanks in advance.
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