Is there a way to stop terminal server profiles roaming to certain terminal servers? My problems is that I have a farm of NT4.0 Terminal/Citrix servers and all users have terminal server profile paths in their user accounts. This all works fine. However the network now has several dozen windows 2000 servers running terminal services (in Admin mode) for administration and maintenance. My problems is that when a user remotely connects to one of these 2000 servers they will download their NT4.0 TSE profile to it. My problem gets worse as we are about to bring eight new Win2k Terminal servers in Application mode that users will access. We cannot have NT40 profiles on these server (and visa versa).
Does anyone know a way to stop a specific server from downloading a roaming profile and to always use a local one. I tried setting the slow network connection as high as it would go but these servers are on a giga-bit backbone and the logon sails right by the slow net detection!
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