W2K terminal server profile cookies

Posted on 2007-10-16
Last Modified: 2008-01-24
A software program on the terminal server is doing a call to a website to view some images... it works for everyone that logs onto the terminal server except for one user.  It brings up MY Computer  and all drive icons under my computer on the network... I have tried to clear cookies on her session, and it still displays this... any suggestions on how to fix this?  Do I wipe out her TS profile or just the cookies?
Question by:stockcarsrus
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    Greetings Stockcarsrus,

    Try running 'CCleaner' (Freeware) it clears Cache, History, Cookies, Index.dat etc..
    For more info:

    If it doesn't work then you may take backup of profile and then delete that.

    Hope this helps!
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