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Roaming Profile syncing to a recovery hard drive

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A profile on a local Vista Business machine is not syncing properly with the server.  It seems that the profile is trying to load itself on a D drive that is only a 1GB partition.  Here is the event log:

Windows cannot copy profile from C:\Users\xxxto D:\PROFILES\xxx.V2, you do not have enough disk space.

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Did it ever work?  Roaming profile paths are set in Active Directory Users in the properties of the user.  Make sure that the directory is set using UNC names, not mapings or drive letters.
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I removed the partition that was causing problems and it seems to have reset itself.
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