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I Have Problems with some Roaming Profiles

Posted on 2007-11-27
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I have a 2 users with roaming profiles on 2003 domain, they have new PC,s, good networking products,
1gb network cards, 1gb network switch, cabling all good. they are deleting objects from the desktop,
and they are reappearing next log on.   Remaining 25 or so users all ok.
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cmorffew earned 500 total points
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Check the security permissions on their Desktop folder in their Profile stored on the server.

SYSTEM should have full control and also the user whos folder it is should have Full Control.
If these settings are there click Advanced and replace permission entries on all child objects.
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Thanks for reply
System, and user have full control over desktop folder.
I have replaced permissions entries on all child objects for user only.
can't check until next logon, will respond as soon as I know. thanks
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