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Ofcourse it doesn't exits,

Ofcourse it doesn't exits, because that key should have been created by your during Step 2 :

It will ask a name for this key. I suggest something simple like SW. Once the hive is loaded, navigate to the sub-key of "SW" to the following location: Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\Userinit

And regarding to your question about , i didn't mention that clearly so here is a more accurate version :

Step 3 : locate HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SW\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList and replace string %SystemDrive% in value of all the keys with the path of the new drive

Which means that it's not referring to any specific key. If you see %SystemDrive% on value of any keys on this path you should replace it with the new path. that's it

Also thanks for robocopy point, i updated the FAQ


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