I have a question regarding Windows User State Deployment on K1000/K2000 that I have not been able to find an answer to, so figured I'd ask.

Short Version: 
Is it possible to harvest a USMT state from a machine via a K1000 script and directly upload that into K2000 so that the state can be used in a post-deploy task?

Long Version:
We are looking at Upgrading from Windows 7 to 10 in our currently proposed refresh of old machines. Users hand in their old machine and get a shiny new imaged one. As part of this we would like to use USMT to preserve user settings. I would like to use a K1000 script that harvests their user state and uploads this to the K2000 "User State" store so that it is then available in the KBE when I go to image their new machine. This will then (hopefully!) perform the imaging process, install software as post-image steps, and then also apply the harvested user state.
Is this possible?

Many thanks,
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Not that I know of.  We use the K1000 to harvest the files and the tech applies that to the machine the next morning just prior to delivery.
Answered 06/10/2016 by: SMal.tmcc
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