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Terminal Server 2003 - 'Account Unknown' User Profiles

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I have a 2003 Terminal Server that is part of a load balanced cluster that assumes 60% load.  For some reason a bunch of the user profiles on this server have 'Account Unknown' listed as the owner and I cannot delete the profiles.  Any thoughts?

Thanks,
Chris
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by:Jay_Jay70
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deleted user accounts or a DNS issue

can you run dcdiag for me
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by:wisconsinpc
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The system isnt a DC though...do you want me to run it on the DC on the network or ?  This is simply a terminal server.

Chris
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by:Jay_Jay70
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ahh i see then, dcdiag isnt needed then, are they local accounts or are they the domain accounts
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by:wisconsinpc
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They are domain accounts....i have an screenshot if you want it I just need an email address to send to.

Chris
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by:wisconsinpc
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Some are even from today....some show up and others dont - do you think its possible that the swap file size might be causing this?  I noticed that server had a swap file of only 2GB today on the root drive and changed it to 4GB on a secondary drive.

Chris
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by:Jay_Jay70
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havent heard of swap file doing it...

you can use www.ee-stuff.com and post a link to your upload
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by:Jay_Jay70
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dirty firewall at my end.....do you want to mail me in my profile
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by:wisconsinpc
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i did email that awhile ago...

Chris
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by:Jay_Jay70
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i got nothing at either Addy mate
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by:wisconsinpc
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We did a reboot this morning and the swap file did in fact fix the problem.

Thanks,
Chris
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wow, awesome, i havent seen that
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