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Windows 2003 terminal server registry settings does not update when you create a new user account.

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I have exported registry settings from a user account that works and have to manually import the settings when i create a new user. I have reinstalled all the service packs on the server but still no luck. i noticed the issue when i created a new user account but the user was not able to select a default printer. I have even created an additional directory for the profiles but still the same issue.
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newerasol could you please contact me at chrisv@astra.com.au
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