Hey, wondering if what I am trying to do is actually possible? I am making an OEM Asus Windows 7 Ultimate DVD for a system I am building. I intend to use sysprep to make a recovery image, to give it that manufacturer touch, as well as to make restore easier, and to give the person I am building it for an OOBE. Thing is, I do not like to have everything (users data etc...) on the C: drive as restore would wipe this. I want it so that I can create libraries on the D: drive like so: D:\%USERNAME%\Documents, D:\%USERNAME%\Pictures etc... I would like these to auto-create when each time a new user is created (including the first user during OOBE). I dont want Windows to even include the default C: drive folder - I want them to be actually replaced with D: drive ones, so users cannot put their stuff on the C: drive when they use the library folders. Could someone tell me how this might be done... I tried doing it during sysprep stage, thinking it may replicate settings after the user has gone through OOBE, but it doesnt. Anybody help?