I used symlinks in Windows 7 to move my user files default location to a different volume, as my boot volume is a relatively small 256GB SSD.

I did not think before installing Windows 8, and it seems to have moved everything back to the SSD boot drive, as I now only have 5GB free.

I was following the process at User Profiles - Relocate to another Partition or Disk to move them back, but at step 1.2, the system will not let me boot into audit mode when the command
C:\Windows\System32\Sysprep\Sysprep.exe /audit /reboot is executed

I get a message that sysprep cannot run on a computer that has been upgraded to a new version of Windows.

Any suggestions?
Sorry for the dumb questions - I am more of a WAN type...

Tim Tuggle