User cannot log into domain correctly

Posted on 2005-03-14
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Last Modified: 2010-04-14
After a hard reboot, i can no longer enter my domain properly.  When i try to log in it says "Windows cannot load locally stored profile.  Possible causes include insufficient security rights or a corrupt local profile.  Error performing inpage operation."   Where should i go from here?  
Question by:dissolved
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vtsinc earned 1900 total points
ID: 13540852
If it is a corrupt profile you should be able to work around this by leaving and rejoining the domain under computer properties.  You can then try to restore relevant profile data from the corrupt profile.

Author Comment

ID: 13540903
vtsinc: thanks man.

man, im going to have to copy everything back over to the new profile?
Yikes, how did something like this happen?
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by:Nirmal Sharma
Nirmal Sharma earned 100 total points
ID: 13541745
Hi dissolved,

Did you solve the problem?
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Expert Comment

ID: 13541797
There is a profile workaround with a registry edit, and if what I suggested thus far works let me know and I will tell you the possible workaround without copying the file.  The concern is, if the profile is corrupt, you would simply reintroduce the problem if you link directly to the old profile....

The hard-reboot could have caused the issue if there was a profile write operation pending or in progress, beyond that it is difficult to say exactly why this occurred....

Good luck!

Author Comment

ID: 13582470
sorry guys been out of town. I will just re-join computer to domain. This has never happened to me before. I guess the hard shutdown did it?

Expert Comment

ID: 13583236
I would imagine so.

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