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Registry size - "Windows cannot load your profile.  Please increase the registry size and restart the computer."   "

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all of my users were getting the message listed below:

"Windows cannot load your profile.  Please increase the registry size and restart the computer."    

Then, the following message appears:

"Windows cannot load the user's profile but has logged you on with the default profile for the system."  

I've changed the registry size to 65mb (it was 54)and will know soon if this fixed this fixed the problem.  My question is this -  when no users are logged on to this particular server, the system starts up and uses 35mb right away. Is this standard? Am I ok with just changing the registry size;

--My computer -- properties -- advanced -- performance options -- change -- maximum registry size.

Thanks a lot.

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In my opinion you should be fine to increase it.
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We have that value set to 75 on our machines
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