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Switch user to Roaming Profile Hourglass

Posted on 2008-10-29
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Hoping someone could help me.  I am trying to set a user to roaming profile from the Domino Admin... I accept the defaults and the user gets the alert box saying that the admin has made their account a roaming one... but then, instead of a nifty little globe next to the user's name in admin there is an hourglass and the details show that Roaming is "In Progress".  I've made a few other users Roaming, and they switched pretty quickly.. this one is taking more than a day.  I've stopped the roaming upgrade, compacted their database (just in case, since it was 2.1G) ran an updall, a fixup, etc... to no avail.  There is still an hourglass sitting next to that account.  Any thoughts?
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I hope this might be of some help:
http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/nd6forum.nsf/ReleaseAllThreadedweb/ef3417686862af9d85257296007ef143?OpenDocument

Did you look in the adminp-log, as he suggests? There's probably a message there.
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