Userlogin - Forgets settings on domain

Posted on 2010-01-05
Last Modified: 2012-05-08
Hi EE.

Hope you can help.
I just have created a new user to this company via AD! I logged in on a computer connected to the domain.

When i logged in the first time, it took some time, (It had to make the first windows startup etc)
Then i installed the printers, and mapped the network drive, but after a reboot it seems like its doing the whole scene again!

The networkprinters are gone. etc - i have to setup the exchangemail again.

Please look at the attached PDF, where you can see some screendumps!

Thank you in advise
Question by:JarlK
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    Author Comment

    I am using roaming profiles!

    I will try Tip B:
    LVL 31

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    by:Henrik Johansson
    When using roaming profiles, ensure the permissions (NTFS and share) are correct on the file server. If incorrect permissions, the user will get a temporary profile that will not be saved during logoff
    See technet article about configuring permissions for roaming profile folders location on file server

    Author Closing Comment

    Roaming profiles causes this problem!

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