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Global Profile Error

Posted on 2009-07-08
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Scource: Userenv
Event ID 1526

I have shared the folder with the full rights to the user... but i get this error everytime i log on?
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Question by:itoffice
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Hi,
take a look at this:

http://forums.techarena.in/active-directory/1072113.htm

There are some great steps that you should check before taking ownership and assigning rights to that folder again.

HTH
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by:itoffice
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I cant understand...

its still comes with this error:
Event ID 1511 and  Event ID      1526
Source      Userenv
Type      Error
Description      Windows did not load your roaming profile and is attempting to log you on with your local profile.  Changes to the profile will not be copied to the server when you logoff. Windows did not load your profile because a server copy of the profile folder already exists that does not have the correct security. Either the current user or the Administrator's group must be the owner of the folder.  Contact your network administrator.
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by:MightySW
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Did you check who the owner of the folder was?  

Is it the local machine administrator or the administrators group?
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by:MightySW
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Just make the administrators group the owner of the folder and then be sure to replicate the changes down.  

Then you can add in the user who needs access to the folder to load the profile and then propagate permissions.

HTH
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by:itoffice
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I think that the owner is the administrator
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check it out.  Needs to be the administrators group...
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