If you create a brand new Active Directory, your users will receive brand new profiles on their workstations that will need to be migrated accordingly. Take a look at the Active Directory Migration Tool, which may assist you in automating this process somewhat. Barring that, you'll need to use the "Copy To" function to migrate user profiles on their local workstations.
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