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Local User to Domain User in Active Directory

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hi! I have this thing i want to do on users of my domain...i want to change local users to domain users without creating another profile/user on the local workstation, but the catch is i want to preserve their settings (login, files, shortcuts, wallpaper, etc) because when i try to join a workstation in my domain the domain user is entirely different from the local user (which has their original settings). is it possible? can anyone please guide me through it? im using active directory on my windows 2003 server domain controller and the local compuers are on Xp. thanks! :)
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