User Profiles - Relocate to another Partition or Disk

How to Relocate User Profiles to another Partition or Disk in Windows 8

information   Information
The method described in this tutorial allows relocating user profiles and folders already while installing Windows 8, before any user accounts are created, as well as after installation on an already installed system.

The advantage of this method is that it changes some internal Windows 8 environment variables, being a “Do it once and forget” procedure. Changing the variables takes care of all existing and future user profiles, locating them when created to selected drive or partition. The method is fail proof and reversible.

When Windows 8 is installed, 5 or 6 system folders are created depending on chosen bit-version:
  • PerfLogs (Performance Logs), where Windows stores performance and reliability logs
  • Program Files, where applications and software are installed. Windows x86 (32-bit) stores all applications here, Windows x64 (64-bit) only native 64-bit applications
  • Program Files (x86), exists only in Windows x64. All non-x64 applications are stored here
  • Windows, which contains core operating system files and drivers
  • ProgramData, where some applications store application and user specific settings and configuration files.
  • Users. This is the “home” of all user profiles. When a new user account is created and this new user logs in first time, Windows creates a set of user specific folders (Users\Username)

Microsoft does not recommend relocating, moving ProgramData, Program Files, Program Files (x86) and Windows folders. Too much is depending on information and data stored on these folders. However, there's simply nothing preventing us to move the Users folder. In this tutorial we show how to move (relocate) the Users folder by changing an internal Windows Environment Variable.

Moving Users folder can save a lot of space on system disk. Pictures, mp3’s videos, documents and so on, a user folder with its subfolders can be tens, sometimes hundreds of gigabytes.

Personally, when installing Windows 8 I always use Audit Mode to relocate Users folder, leaving system drive only for Windows and applications.



Note   Note
Screenshots from pre-release version Windows 8 Consumer Preview. Actual Windows 8 has different colors but the functions are the same, tutorial can be used as it is.



warning   Warning

An upgraded Windows cannot be sysprepped. As this method is based in sysprepping, this tutorial is valid only for Windows setups which have not been upgraded.

This means that if you have for instance in-place upgraded Vista or Seven to Eight you cannot sysprep and this tutorial cannot be used in your case. The same applies if you have upgraded Windows 8 to Windows 8 Pro or Windows 8 to 8.1.

Notice that a repair install is also an upgrade install, so if you have ever done a repair install (= in-place upgrade to same edition), you cannot sysprep.

When sysprepping an existing Windows setup, it only works if the Windows 8 was installed clean and has never been upgraded or repaired using repair install, or if it is the original pre-installed Windows 8

Although I have repeatedly told that relocating ProgramData will cause Windows Store and Apps as well as PC Settings not to function, people keep doing it using the method described in this tutorial.

DO NOT RELOCATE PROGRAMDATA! YOUR WINDOWS STORE AND APPS WILL NOT WORK IF PROGRAMDATA IS MOVED FROM ITS DEFAULT LOCATION.




1.Audit Mode

1.1. Boot to Audit Mode when installing Windows 8


(If you have already installed Windows 8, continue from step 1.2.)

Start Windows 8 installation normally.

When installation after a reboot or two is completed and Windows 8 comes to Personalize page (see screenshot below) press CTRL + SHIFT + F3 (press and hold down CTRL and SHIFT, press F3 still holding CTRL and SHIFT down, release all three keys).


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DO NOT ENTER PC NAME HERE OR CLICK NEXT! Just press CTRL + SHIFT + F3.

Your computer reboots now. Don’t panic, it’s just doing what it really should do. Windows 8 starts now in so called Audit Mode, using built-in administrator account to let you to modify Windows before any user profiles and user specific folders are created.

Continue from step 2.


1.2. Boot to Audit Mode from existing Windows 8 installation

First you need to open Command Prompt using built-in administrative account: hover pointer over bottom left corner of the desktop, right click to open Start Menu , select Command Prompt (Admin):

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Command Prompt window opens. Type this to command prompt:
Code:
[B]C:\Windows\System32\Sysprep\Sysprep.exe /audit /reboot[/B]

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Hit Enter.Windows reboots now to Audit Mode, "thinking" it's been started first time. Text Preparing can be seen on screen.

If you are interested to know more about Audit Mode, here are some links for you to read:




2. Audit Mode

Windows has now booted in Audit Mode using built-in administrator account, and you should see Metro interface. Click Desktop to enter classic Windows desktop:

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To start, click Cancel to close System Preparation Tool:

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If you don’t have a second internal hard disk or you have not created and formatted an extra partition on your system disk, you need first to create one. Notice that the drive or partition don't have to be empty, but especially if relocating on an existing installation it must be big enough to allow Users folder to be moved there. When we sysprep with answer file on next step these two folders are physically moved to new location.

If you already have a formatted second HD or partition, you are ready to go.


2.1. Creating an answer file (script) for System Preparation Tool

Audit Mode lets us to start Windows without creating any user accounts. At the moment we are using the built-in administrator account. Your own accounts are created later.

We are going to use System Preparation Tool (sysprep) to run an XML-script (so called Answer file) which modifies the Windows registry and settings as we want to, relocating Users folder to another partition, E: in this example, by changing a so called Windows Environment Variable. You can of course use any internal drive you want to.

Extensible Markup Language (XML) is a set of rules for encoding documents in machine readable form.
To make changes to Windows registry, we will now create a script in XML and run it with sysprep.

Open Windows Notepad text editor (press Win + R, type Notepad, hit Enter). Type the following script, or copy it from here and paste to Notepad (please do not forget to read the notes below code lines 4, 6 and 11 regarding said lines):


  1. <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
  2. <unattend xmlns="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:unattend">
  3. <settings pass="oobeSystem">
  4. <component name="Microsoft-Windows-Shell-Setup" processorArchitecture="amd64" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" language="neutral" versionScope="nonSxS" xmlns:wcm=[noparse]"http://schemas.microsoft.com/WMIConfig/2002/State" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"[/noparse]>
    Note   Note
    (If you are installing Windows x64 (64-bit), value prosessorArchitecture should be amd64​, also on Intel processors. For x86 (32-bit) it should be x86.)

  5. <FolderLocations>
  6. <ProfilesDirectory>e:\Users</ProfilesDirectory>
    Note   Note
    In this example the new location of Users would be E:\Users. Change the drive letter according your needs.

  7. </FolderLocations>
  8. </component>
  9. </settings>
  10. [noparse]<cpi:eek:fflineImage[/noparse] cpi:source="wim:F:/sources/install.wim#Windows 8" xmlns:cpi="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:cpi" />
    Note   Note
    (Change the drive letter in wim:F: to that of your CD/DVD drive, USB stick or virtual drive containing your Windows 8 installation media (DVD/ISO). Notice that installation media has to be available to system when running sysprep. Change Windows version accordingly, Windows 8, Windows 8 Pro, Windows 8.1 or Windows 8.1 Pro.

  11. </unattend>
(Please leave the row numbers out when typing or copying the above code. Answer file generated with Windows System Image Manager).

If you are installing Windows 8 PRO x64 from CD/DVD/USB F: and relocating Users to E: you don’t have to change anything, you can use the script as it is.

Select Save As from Notepad’s File menu. Select Save as type: All Files. Name the file as you want, add .xml extension to the filename. Save the script to the root of any drive:

SaveAs.png

Alternatively you can download the answer file here: View attachment relocate.rar

2.2. Using System Preparation Tool

Open the Start Menu (Win + X), select Command Prompt (Admin).

First stop the Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service (WMPNetworkSvc) by giving the following command:
Code:
net stop WMPNetworkSvc

When the service has stopped, type the following to the command prompt and press
Enter to move to the right folder:
Code:
cd c:\Windows\System32\Sysprep

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Now type the following and press Enter (notice the name and path of the script we created above, change it if needed. I saved answer file on E so the path is E:\relocate.xml):
Code:
Sysprep.exe /audit /reboot /unattend:E:\relocate.xml

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You should now see System Preparation Tool dialog telling it is working on our script:

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Let it run, don’t touch mouse or keyboard now. When System Preparation Tool is ready, Windows must and will reboot. It reboots back to Audit Mode.


2.3. Exiting Audit Mode

To continue Windows installation we have to exit Audit Mode and reboot. After reboot you’ll land back on Metro interface. Click Desktop to enter classic Windows desktop, click OK on System Preparation Tool dialog to boot normally in OOBE i.e. normal mode.

Before clicking OK, check that System Cleanup Action is set to OOBE, and Shutdown Options set to Reboot:

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3. Finalizing installation

Finalize Windows installation.

If you did this from an existing Windows installation, you will notice that for your Windows this is as if it were the first time Windows was booted i.e you are back on OOBE boot, inserting product key and personalizing Windows. It also means that you have to enter so called initial user. In this case Windows does not accept any of the users created earlier, whether local or Microsoft accounts; instead you need to create a new user.

An example from this PC I am using now: I had already created two users and installed software when I decided to do sysprep to relocate Users. I had a local account for me and an Microsoft account using my email address. After finalizing sysprep, I needed to create a third user Test because system does not let me to use either Kari (local account) or Kari (Microsoft account) usernames because those accounts already existed on this PC.

So I created user Test (local), then from Welcome screen logged in as Kari (Microsoft account) and simply deleted the new Test account which I had just created. An extra step, small annoyance but there's nothing to do to avoid it.

When Windows finally boots first time to Start Screen you will see that Users folder is now located on the new drive or partition with all its subfolders.

When you check your system drive [noparse](C:) still [/noparse]contains Users folder. The old, original Users on C: can contain some Windows Store information that may not be moved, so let the old Users folder stay on C:. It will no longer grow, all new user data will be stored on a new location, but it is essential it remains on C:. You can hide it if you want, you are never again going to need it.

Notice that Users folder is not created on or moved to new location when you return to Audit Mode after running sysprep. Relocation will first happen when you exit Audit Mode and boot to OOBE (Welcome) mode to continue installation. If done on an existing system the first OOBE boot after sysprepping can take quite a long time, depending on how big those folders are that sysprep is physically moving to new location.

Remember also that when you create a new user profile the user folders are not created before the new user logs in first time.

That’s it, folks! Welcome to the Windows 8:


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Now create a system image and you wont have to ever again remember jumplists and links everytime you restore the system to earlier point or system image. User account folders are now permanently moved to another drive, all new user profiles are automatically created on this new location and your system drive won’t be full so soon.

Thanks for reading.

Written and published on 02[SUP]nd[/SUP] of March 2012
Edited and updated on 6[SUP]th[/SUP] of February 2013
Edited, answer file's validity checked on 14[SUP]th[/SUP] of April 2013
Added instructions for Windows 8.1 Pro preview on 29th of June 2013


Kari



 

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Hi Kari please help me am trying to relocate my user files to my secondary hdd as only have 60gb ssd as os which I did successfully on windows 7 ultimate no probs.

Windows 8 I got to saving the script and booting out of audit mode and when it reboots it comes up with error audit couldn't save script due to something in powers shell????

Please help as I changed the edition I had to windows 8 pro in the script and also the destination drive but no joy???

Thanks in advance for any help
 

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This tutorial totally messed up my install of windows 8 pro.
Stuck in an infinite loop of "windows could not complete the installation. To install windows on this computer, restart the installation."
 
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Yeh i was advised not to continue down this road as its akin to starting off on the wrong foot. Even if u do manage to resolve the issues now there's no guarantee that further down the road things wont get weird all over again.
My advice, reinstall and let win 8 win.
 

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Hi all
I installed Windows 8 on a 64GB SSD and user profile on a 1TB HDD. This is the procedure I have used. I mention that I used the same process with Windows 7 without any errors.
By convention, the Windows disk is "C: \", the other "D: \".
I moved these folders in C: "C:\Users", "C:\PerfLogs", "C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution", "\C:\Windows\Installer" and "C: \ pagefile.sys" (I prefer to keep out the swap file SSD)
procedure:
At user prompt creation press [Shift] + [F10]
type the following:
1. - robocopy "C:\Users" "D:\Users" /E /COPYALL /XJ
- rmdir "C:\Users" /S /Q
- mklink /J "C:\Users" "D:\Users"
2. - mkdir "D:\WiNSyS"
- robocopy "C:\PerfLogs" "D:\WiNSyS\PerfLogs" /E /COPYALL /XJ
- rmdir "C:\PerfLogs" /S /Q
- mklink /J "C:\PerfLogs" "D:\WiNSyS\PerfLogs"
3. - robocopy "C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution" "D:\WiNSyS\SoftwareDistribution" /E /COPYALL /XJ
- rmdir "C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution" /S /Q
- mklink /J "C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution" "D:\WiNSyS\SoftwareDistribution"
4. - robocopy "C:\Windows\Installer" "D:\WiNSyS\Installer" /E /COPYALL /XJ
- rmdir "C:\Windows\Installer" /S /Q
- mklink /J "C:\Windows\Installer" "D:\WiNSyS\Installer"

In the same way you can move other folders: "MSOCache" (created by MS Office) Recovery (if any), "ProgramData"
Close the command prompt and continue normal installation.
 

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fan2ma,
Have you had any problems with Start Screen apps by doing this? I setup a junction and everything seemed to be working fine with the exception that the Photos & Music app's didn't seem to know where the files were. By adding the new drive location to the library the apps then found "My Picture" & "My Music", but I'm not sure why this didn't work with the junction in the first place.

Any ideas??
 

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I was able to successfully move the user profiles and Program Data to another drive. Thanks to you Kari. However Windows Store stopped working after I moved the Program Data folder. I was also unable to change PC settings. After some fiddling around I found a solution. Just create a junction in C Drive (I mean your system drive where Windows 8 is installed), restart the computer and your Windows Store and everything else will start working.
 

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Code doesn't work anymore

Hello i think my pc must have rebooted to the last part, but now it ask again for the productcode key. Was this the case for other people as well ?
But when I type in one of the 2 keys i have purchased it says (translated from dutch): This code does not work for this edition of Windows. Try another code.
I first bought the Windows pro dvd 32/64 bits for around 50 euros. And also I used my windows xp license from my laptop and installed xp on my desktop and bought another win8 pro license. Both codes don't work and I also don't know which one I used with this installation anymore.

But i think there was also 30 day support included, maybe now is the time to use that.
 
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I didn't see that I could skip this. K looked liked it worked! I have my users on the new drive, I was also searching this tutorial for xcopy because i tought with windows 7 you had too manually copy the user dirs ? And looks like my windows is still activated but I have media center installed I think that must have been the problem.
 

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pmania, you can skip the step of inputting your product key. However, your Windows will not be activated. I recommend you use the same key that you used for installation. If that doesn't work, do a clean installation and note down the key and repeat the steps to relocate the User and ProgramData folders.
 

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    ATI Radion HD5400
A quick question. Will this work on GPT or UEFI installation of Windows 8? I tried doing it on a combination of GPT and MBR partitions. It did not work.

I kept the Windows 8 installation on GPT and moved the user folders and ProgramData to MBR partition.

Has anyone tried this out?
 

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    ATI Radion HD5400
How should line 11 of the script (answer file) be modified for the released version of Windows 8? And does the processorArchitecture="amd64" portion of line 4 still correct if you are using an Intel processor?
 

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Kari:
That was one of the best s instructions I have ever come across. I did every step you recommended on a Windows 8 Enterprise 64 bit new install. The new use account was created on my D drive just as I wanted. But NOW, I can not create a new user account. Any attempt to access PC Settings either from the Charm pull out menu or from the control panel result in no action. When accessing the Charms menu, and selecting "Change PC Settings", the menu just scrolls back to closed. While trouble shooting this issue I also noticed that under System Configuration I am always in "Selective Startup", even if I select "Normal startup" and reboot. I just know enough about this stuff to get in trouble. If you have any suggestions I would appreciate a little guidance. Allan from Cincinnati, Ohio USA.

Kari:
I am also curious about Kaizendave's question on the amd64 as I too have a Intel i7 processor.
 
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Hello and nice tutorial, but I have a question. If I want to change the location of Program Files and Program Files (x86) too (and I want to put them on drive D: and my Windows CD is on drive E:), should I do this to the script ?:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<unattend xmlns="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:unattend">
<settings pass="oobeSystem">
<component name="Microsoft-Windows-Shell-Setup" processorArchitecture="amd64" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" language="neutral" versionScope="nonSxS" xmlns:wcm="http://schemas.microsoft.com/WMIConfig/2002/State" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance">
<FolderLocations>
<ProgramFiles>d:\ProgramFiles<ProgramFiles>
<ProgramFiles(x86)>d:\ProgramFiles (x86)<ProgramFiles(x86)>
<ProfilesDirectory>d:\Users</ProfilesDirectory>
<ProgramData>d:\ProgramData</ProgramData>
</FolderLocations>
</component>
</settings>
<cpi:eek:fflineImage cpi:source="wim:E:/sources/install.wim#Windows 8 RELEASE PREVIEW" xmlns:cpi="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:cpi" />
</unattend>

Thanks,
Victor
 

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I followed the steps outlined, and when it finally came time to log into my user account after creating the dummy account, I was stuck on a solid color screen with a rotating busy cursor. It's been like this for a couple of hours. At one point it had went to sleep, I woke it back up, logged in, and it went back to the same screen. If I do alt+tab I get to see two nameless windows which it doesn't let me switch to anyway. Ctrl+shift+esc adds the task manager to the window switcher, but won't let me bring it to the foreground. Any ideas? I only had 7GB on the SSD in the Users directory, so it shouldn't take this long to copy to my HDD. Also I don't hear the disk working nor is the disk activity light blinking.
 

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Works also on Windows Server 2012 Essentials!!!

Kari, I can't thank you enough for putting this together. It worked perfectly on Windows Server 2012 Essentials. I want to share with everyone my configuration so they can benefit from it as well.
1) I installed Windows 2012 Essentials via bootable USB. I used Rufus to create the bootable USB that I installed Windows from scratch on a new machine I put together. I created the bootalbe USB from the Windows Server 2012 Essentails ISO. I created this from another machine. I found out Rufus about here 12 Best Bootable USB Creation Tools / Software - TopTrix
2) I installed Windows Server 2012 Essentials on an SSD drive. This is my C: Drive
3) After I installed the OS I put in four 3 TB drives that I configured in a "storage space". All of these 4 disks became just one drive, and is the D: drive. Windows 2012 easily allowed me to make these a RAID 5 drive but they hide the complexity of creating RAID and called it "parity.

Now I needed your instructions as I wanted to move all user data over to this new D: drive. I thought I did this via the "Windows Server 2012 Essentails Dashboard" .. Storage ... Server Folders .... Client Computer Backup Tasks ... Move the folder. I moved "Users" Folder to the D: drive, via the new Windows 2012 Admin console, but this is not the same folder as C:\Users it is a different folder called C:\ServerFolders\Users.. So I this is why I needed your help!!!

4) Per your instructions I attached my bootable Windows Server 2012 Essentails USB drive that I created and attached it to my PC/Server. This became my E: drvie in this case.
5) I followed your instructions exactly and it worked like a charm on!!!!!!1 I removed line 7 from above. The only trick was finding the correct name for the OS in line 11, the wim#. This is "Windows Server 2012 Essentials", via google. I placed the following relocate.xml file at D:\

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<unattend xmlns="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:unattend">
<settings pass="oobeSystem">
<component name="Microsoft-Windows-Shell-Setup" processorArchitecture="amd64" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" language="neutral" versionScope="nonSxS" xmlns:wcm="http://schemas.microsoft.com/WMIConfig/2002/State" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance">
<FolderLocations>
<ProfilesDirectory>d:\Users</ProfilesDirectory>
</FolderLocations>
</component>
</settings>
<cpi:eek:fflineImage cpi:source="wim:E:/sources/install.wim#Windows Server 2012 Essentials" xmlns:cpi="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:cpi" />
</unattend>
 
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I followed the steps outlined, and when it finally came time to log into my user account after creating the dummy account, I was stuck on a solid color screen with a rotating busy cursor. It's been like this for a couple of hours. At one point it had went to sleep, I woke it back up, logged in, and it went back to the same screen. If I do alt+tab I get to see two nameless windows which it doesn't let me switch to anyway. Ctrl+shift+esc adds the task manager to the window switcher, but won't let me bring it to the foreground. Any ideas? I only had 7GB on the SSD in the Users directory, so it shouldn't take this long to copy to my HDD. Also I don't hear the disk working nor is the disk activity light blinking.
So it turns out you just power off when that happens, then it's okay.
 

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OK, I have tried this twice and still no new files on my second HDD. I have windows installed on my C: drive and want my user files on my E: drive. Here is the xml that I used.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<unattend xmlns="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:unattend">
<settings pass="oobeSystem">
<component name="Microsoft-Windows-Shell-Setup" processorArchitecture="amd64"
publicKeyToken="31bf3856e35" language="neutral" versionScope="nonSxS"
xmlns:wcm=Error
xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance">
<FolderLocations>
<ProfilesDirectory>e:\Users</ProfilesDirectory>
</FolderLocations>
</component>
</settings>
<cpi:eek:fflineImage cpi:source="wim:D:/sources/install.wim#Windows 8 CONSUMER
PREVIEW" xmlns:cpi="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:cpi" />
</unattend>

How do I know which version Windows 8 I have? My disk says Windows 8 PRO. I also tried that as well, and still no new files or folders on my E: Drive.

Any help is appreciated.

Thanks,
Nick
 

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