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FusionAccess Desktop Solution V100R006C20 Application Virtualization User Guide 08 (FusionSphere V100R006C10 or Earlier)

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Configuring and Inheriting the Administrator Profiles

Configuring and Inheriting the Administrator Profiles

Scenarios

The user profile varies with user accounts. As a result, the custom configurations in the template may be invalid for different user accounts logging in to user VMs. This section describes how to set the administrator profile to the default user profile in the template, so that the custom configurations can be inherited on user VMs.

NOTE:

This section uses Windows Server 2012 R2 as an example.

Procedure

Use the profile of user Administrator as that of the default user.

  1. Click , enter compmgmt.msc, The Computer Managementwindow is displayed.
  2. In the left navigation tree, choose Computer Management(Local) > System Tools > Local Users and Groups. Click Users, and right-click New User.
  3. Enter profilehelp for User name and the password, as shown in Figure A-7.

    Figure A-7 New User

  4. Click Create.
  5. Click Close.
  6. Right-click the newly created profilehelp, and choose Properties.
  7. On the profilehelp Properties window that is displayed, click the Member Of tab. Click Add to add profilehelp to the Administrators permission group, as shown in Figure A-8.

    Figure A-8 Select Groups

  8. Deregister the user Administrator and log in to the VM using the newly created user profilehelp.
  9. Click , enter regedit. The Registry Editor window is displayed.
  10. On the left navigation tree, choose Computer > HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SOFTWARE > Microsoft > Windows NT > CurrentVersion > ProfileList. Double-click Default.
  11. In the dialog box that is displayed, change the value of Value data to %SystemDrive%\Users\Administrator, and click OK.
  12. Click , enter sysdm.cpl. The System Properties window is displayed.
  13. In the Advanced tab, click Settings under User Profiles.
  14. Select Default Profile and click Copy To.
  15. In the Copy To window that is displayed, click Browse. Select C:\Users\Default, as shown in Figure A-9.

    Figure A-9 Copy To

  16. Click OK. On the dialog box that is displayed, click Yes, as shown in Figure A-10.

    Figure A-10 Comfirm Copy

  17. Click OK twice.
  18. In the Registry Editor window. Choose Computer > HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SOFTWARE > Microsoft > Windows NT > CurrentVersion > ProfileList. Double-click Default. Restore Value data to %SystemDrive%\Users\Default.
  19. Deregister user profilehelp and log in to the VM as user Administrator.

Delete the user.

  1. Click and choose Control Panel > User Accounts > Change account type. Select profilehelp and click Remove, as shown in Figure A-11.

    A prompt is displayed.

    Figure A-11 User Account

  2. Click Yes.
  3. Click OK and the User Accounts window is closed.
  4. Click , enter sysdm.cpl. The System Properties window is displayed. In the User Profiles area on the Advanced tab page, click Settings. Select Account Unknown and click Delete.
  5. In the dialog box that is displayed, click Yes.
  6. Double-click OK and the System Properties window is closed.
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