What is the correct way of creating a new user account on a separate drive from where OSX is installed? I've done it before but am unsure if I performed a "hack" or not, but this time I want to do it "by the book" (for other reasons I'm reinstalling OSX and everything else and thus have a freshly reformatted drive for the user). Google results only give me info on how to create the user on the OSX drive, then move it over to the separate drive, reboot and delete the original user folder on the OSX drive, seemingly for people who already have a functioning user account but which they want to move elsewhere. But is there a different way to do it when I don't need to move things over? I can't seem to find a way to access "Advanced option" for user-accounts unless I've already created an account (which defaults to the OSX drive). In my Mac Pro I now have OSX (Snow Leopard) and an administrator user on the boot drive and I want to create a "standard" account on a separate physical drive (which is freshly formatted).