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I have a Terminal server (member server) on a Win2K domain.  I have created a new Terminal server user, but get the following message when I try to log them on to the server directly:

"Windows cannot log you on because the profile cannot be loaded"

The user does have the local security right to logon to the server.  I have checked the permissions on the docs and setting folder and these look OK, but the user profile has not been created.

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