Terminal Server not deleting profiles at logoff

I am running an application server.  (Server 2003 , Standard Edition SP2) in a domain environment.  I have about 30 staff log on to this machine daily and it is 1 of 4 application servers on our network.  I see that the profiles are not getting deleted when users log off.  It will leave a nearly empty folder called "user.domain.001

This goes on for each user has logged and off.  Some of these leave a trail of 11 or more folders.  All other application servers are successfully deleting profiles when logging off.  I have this set in Group Policy and this server is part of that group the policy is applied to.  I would appreciate any insight into this.  

I am thinking that some process or program isn't getting shut down completely but I haven't been able to figure out what.  Thanks for your help!
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Hypercat (Deb)Commented:
Are you using the UPHClean utility on this server? If not, I recommend trying this first to see if it resolves the issue:
team170Author Commented:
I am not using UPHclean right now because I feel it will just clean up the profiles but not necessarily fix the issue.

Also, I'm thinking that the GP is fine because all my other servers are deleting profiles without any problem.

In the event viewer system log I am constantly getting a 333 error that states: " AN I/O operation inititated by the Registry failed unrecoverbly.  The Registry could not read in , or write out ...."

Not sure if that error is related to this issue or not but it pops up every 13 seconds or so.
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Hypercat (Deb)Commented:
Here's a link to EventID.net info on this error. The third post down may apply to your situation as far as that error goes:
http://www.eventid.net/display.asp?eventid=333&eventno=5757&source=Application Popup&phase=1
Obviously time will tell if this has anything to do with the profile issue.  
team170Author Commented:
This was never resolved. We're trashing the server.

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