Windows 7 Temporary profile issue

User A gets a logged in with temporary profile on any Windows 7 PC, but not on any XP PC.

I created user A by copying user B in Active directory and created user A's mailbox at that time. User B is no longer with the company and their active directory account and mailbox have long been deleted.

In Outlook Web Access, user A logs in and sees his email, but the path by default is https://mail.server.com/exchange/userB/whatever. When typed in the address bar of IE https://mail.server.com/exchange/userA it is the same mailbox and when clicking on messages, the path is https://mail.server.com/exchange/userA/whatever. Somehow his account is linked to userB still.

In ADSIEDIT, under his AD user account, the ProxyAddress attribute had SMTP:userB@domain.com listed first, which I just removed. After removing the ProxyAddress attribute in ADSI edit, Outlook Web Access no longer references the old users mailbox name, but I still get the temporary profile issue in Windows 7.

Our domain is 2003 functional level with 3 2003 DCs and a 2008 DC.

All other solutions here are inapplicable to this problem.
 
Can you think of any other thing I can check?
sock-monkeyAsked:
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sock-monkeyAuthor Commented:
Check the simple things first. The logon script was pasted into the profile path of the user's AD account.
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MajSteelCommented:
Had the same issue and this was EXACTLY what the problem was. The logon script path was in the PROFILE field instead of Logon Script! Thank you.
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