For the past 9 years since I’ve been buying SSDs (starting with 32 gb) we were doing C as programs and OS and some other drive letter as profiles. To accomplish this we did it the better way of changing the registry key for default profile path to D:\Users as an example. I found that with the new 10 build 2004 it fails to boot when we modify that registry key. Funny enough all our machines out there that upgrade from previous builds of 10 work fine on 2004 but a fresh install fails upon changing that. I’m glad I never chose the lazy way of symlinks because build 1809 erased user data because people were doing that.
Does anybody have a suggestion of how to deal with small drives for apps and large drives for data? The end users just aren’t intelligent enough to understand how to store files in different drives so it must be automatic. Is there something I’m missing as to why the build 2004 broke it?