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User Profile



 I would like to know if would be possible to create ( or duplicated, copy from another comp) a user profile in the registry in order  for the comp. to get access to a network via VPN. The problem is that this comp. is in another city and the user profile is created the first time the user login to the local network. This computer never has been in the network.
The connection to the main network is possible via Vpn but without acces to the domain.  We have another comp in this remote city that originally was setup in our local network. This last one connect just fine into the domain, after runs vpn. Our network use Win 2003 terminal server.

Any ideas ?????  
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Jay_Jay70Commented:
why not copy the profile from the other machine that is local to it?
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yeru777Author Commented:
 I did try it, but didnt work. It has to be with setup in the registry too. That is way is not that easy.

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Jay_Jay70Commented:
Ah i see, you are stuck in a really strange scenario that i dont quite grasp fully i dont think
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yeru777Author Commented:


   I got it,  Changing the settings on VPN, to  "enable start before log - in" will give me the opportunity to log into the network before the authentication so the user profile can be created. Problem solved. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Jay_Jay70Commented:
sweeeeet! well done
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