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Roaming Profile mapping issue when AD Password Expires

Posted on 2009-03-30
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I have AD gp set for users passwords to expire every 30 days. When the user changes their password it will log into a locally cached profile instead of connecting to the roaming profile. The roaming profiles are setup correctly on the file server. Users can rectify this problem by after changing the password just logging out and back in. After this it will grap the correct roaming profile. I am wondering if anyone knows the Group policy that can be set so it does not create the local profile when password is changed and always maps to the roaming profile or maybe an ideas about adding something into the logon script that I currently use to do this.
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I had the same problem and after intense search, I found
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/941797/en-us . The hotfix only works on Vista but it does explain why and how to fix it.

Add the code to a batch script

The Lsasrv.dll user was:
version: 5.1.2600.3249
Date stamp was: 11/7/07

It's not a permanent fix and may be overwritten by MS updates
This will work fine and until a hotfix is released

net use Z: "SHARED FILE LOCATION"

xcopy "Z:\lsasrv.dll_new" "C:\Windows\System32\"

net use Z: /delete

cd c:\Windows\System32

rename lsasrv.dll lsasrv.dll_old

rename lsasrv.dll_new lsasrv.dll

regsvr32 lsasrv.dll

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Thank you,, I will give this a try and let you know if it fixed the issue
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