I have an XP SP3 machine on a Win2000 domain. I installed office XP this morning (the machine was logged in, and locked), went to reboot, and inadvertently clicked on "install updates and shutdown" instead of restart (apparently this user hadn't rebooted for a couple of weeks and there were updates waiting to get installed).
Upon reboot, when I logged in as the user (where I installed office xp - they have admin rights), I got the following message after xp tried loading personal settings:
event log id:1505
Windows cannot load the user's profile but has logged you on with the default profile for the system.
DETAIL: There is not enough space on the disk.
Once the user gets logged in using that default profile, I can see the network, and see the fileshares that I need.
I looked, and the disk has >15GB available, so that's not accurate. The server has lots of space as well...
I did look in user profiles, and this one is labeled as ROAMING. Not sure if that has anything to do with it.
I also tried restoring from a previous restore point, to no avail. I still get that message.
What do I need to do to get this user to be able to log in to the domain again, and have everything available to them? I'm stumped. And tired. Any and all help is greatly appreciated.