Roaming profil problems...printer access, outlook and shared templates.

I have an department at my work that have roaming profiles. After we changed our DC our Roaming profiles are in a big mess.
Here is the current problems.
1. Users are not allowed to add printers with the following error message " You dont have ...."
2. Cannot put the path to our shared templates through word Options (Office 2007).
3. Cannot start Outlook. Error message " Outlook cannot start".

Users folders is in the root of D: on the server and every user have full rights on their folder.
Could it be some access rights problems or are some old registry settings mixing it up?

BR,
Jan
jmleiraAsked:
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meugenCommented:
Have you tried to reset roaming profile for few users in order to see if you get rid of this issue?
How to reset a roaming profile:
--USER MUST BE LOGGED OFF ALL SERVERS
--Delete the contents Central Store
--ALL Cached Profiles MUST be Deleted  
       +++Ways to Ensure CACHED Profiles are Deleted
                       -->GPO (Delete Cached Profile at Logoff)
                       -->UPHCLEAN for HUNG PROFILES (User Profile Hive = UPH)
IF problems on a server  THEN Check the version of UPHCLEAN
           ++++1.6.30 works
            ++++1.5x  RPC issues (existing users ok, new cannot logon)


Be aware that resetting a Roaming Profile ----> All Settings are Lost
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jmleiraAuthor Commented:
Hi and thank you for the answer.

i deleted the roaming profiles since it gave me a lot of extra work and changed to Home folders.
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