FSLogix, the defacto profile management solution for Azure Virtual Desktop, allows you to easily roam profiles between different Azure Virtual Desktops.
A solution to convert profiles to FSLogix profiles is available, but for the reverse, I couldn’t find anything.
In some situations, e.g. dedicated VDI’s, a local profile may perform better and reduce infrastructure complexity (no share required). Especially in larger environments with thousands of VDI’s the required performance of the profile share is very high.
I wanted to test converting / migrating back from FSLogix profiles to local profiles on a specific machine, which resulted in a simple PowerShell script that can be executed using Run Command or by an admin on the VM.
It mounts the profile of a given user, copies the data to the local VM, unmounts the profile (so the profile is not deleted!) and sets a bunch of registry keys to properly connect the local profile and disable FSLogix roaming on that VM for that user.