I just installed a new Terminal Server running Windows Server 2000 Standard with SP4 installed.
We use Terminal Server roaming profiles.
Whenever I log on to the server via a Terminal Services/RDP connection, I get the following error:
Windows cannot create profile directory \\server\profiles$\username.pds. You will be logged on with a local profile only....
DETAIL - The network path was not found.
My other current Terminal Server and Citrix servers as well as my AD servers are all still running SP3 and I have no problem logging on to them.
What changed in Win2k SP4 and in Win2k3 that now it's looking for a .pds extension? It will not detect or use my pre-SP4 profiles because the folders do not have the extension.
Is there any way around this?