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acces deny to profile users from server 2008

Posted on 2009-07-10
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i repalce my domain controller from server 2003 to server 2008 and i move all the folder to new dc including profiles useres but now some of user when start the comuter get error that the acces deny to profile from server 2008 what i need to do?
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Henrik Johansson earned 250 total points
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The profile structure has been redesigned in Vista/Server2008 (v2-generation of profiles) and is by that reason not compatible with older OS-versions like XP/Server2003 using v1-profiles. The only way to get systems to co-operate between the proflie generations is to use folder redirection, but the profile folder containing registry etc can't be reused between the different system generations.
When using roaming profiles, this is solved automatically by the system by adding .v2 to the end of the folder name to make it possibly for roaming profiles from different generations to exist in same parent folder.
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