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Problem You have been logged on with a temporary profile   (12-Sep-2010)
This document details the solution for the extremely frustrating Windows 7 error :  "You have been logged on with a temporary profile.  You cannot access your files and files created in this profile will be deleted when you log off.  To fix this, log off and try logging on later.  Please see the event log for details or contact your administrator.".

Tip How to disable the Windows 7 Welcome Screen   (19-Jun-2010)
If you want to remove the Windows 7 Welcome Screen in order to have the traditional Username + Password logon screen available in Windows XP, and don't know how to, this document will show you.

Tip How to start Windows Explorer onto the C: drive in Windows 7   (4-Sep-2010)
One for those techies who find that after modifying the "Windows Explorer" program icon to add command line switches so that Windows Explorer starts onto the C: drive, they find instead that Windows Explorer presents them with an OPEN FILE dialogue box.  Maddening.  The fix is quite simple.

Setup How to create a default user profile in Windows 7   (4-Sep-2010)
In Win 7 one can no longer create a default user profile through the SYSTEM \ USER PROFILES dialog as was possible in Windows XP or Vista.  It no longer works courtesy of a Windows 7 bug.  Read this document for the solution.

Setup How to SYSPREP a Windows 7 Pro PC setup   (8-Aug-2010)
Tired of setting up your company's new Win 7 PCs from scratch every time ?  Or you know about Microsoft's SYSPREP but have been told you can only use it if the target PC has exactly the same hardware ?  Or you've been told that SYSPREP no longer exists for Windows 7.  If this is you then you should read this document : it walks you through streamlining how to set up new PCs in your company, by first creating an image that has everything your users might possibly need, and then creating a Sysprep / Image of that setup onto DVD or USB Hard Disk for redeployment on all future new PCs in your organization.

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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