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When you use the Network Configuration Wizard to migrate a user's profile from a client computer in a workgroup to Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003, you receive the following error message:
In this scenario, the Make this folder private check box is not selected on the Sharing tab in the UserName Properties dialog box for that user.
The following user settings are private:
Client Setup cannot migrate private settings. On computers running Windows XP Professional, you can make these settings public and migrate them as follows:
Log on using the username and password of the user whose settings you want to migrate. In the Documents and Settings folder, right-click the user's folder, click Sharing and Security, and clear the Make this folder private check box. Repeat this procedure for all subfolders that have this check box selected, and then click OK.
Click Start, click Run, and run the Small Business Server Network Configuration Wizard again by typing: http://servername/connectcomputer.
For computers running Windows 2000 Professional, or if the above steps do not resolve the issue, see http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=19069 for more information.
This issue occurs if you do not have permissions to access some of the files that are located in Documents and Settings\UserName folder that corresponds to the user who you are trying to migrate.
Note You may experience this issue even if the Documents and Settings\UserName folder is not marked as private.
To troubleshoot this issue, follow these steps:
Note Before following these steps, confirm that the Make this folder private check box is cleared for the user who you are trying to migrate.
For additional information about Windows Small Business Server 2003, see the Windows Small Business Server 2003 product documentation. To obtain this documentation, visit the following Microsoft Web site:
Article ID: 886210 - Last Review: October 26, 2013 - Revision: 3.0