Roamin Profie: Windows XP(SP3)

Hi Gurus,

When my users start their PC(Windows XP SP3) it resets their profile back to default settings.

Each morning they logging it resets their profile backs to default.

Have heard is a know bug in SP3 please can anyone help.

Also, when their machines is on stand-by it would boot one monitor. They will have to restarts their PC to get the dual screen backup.

Any help. They all have roaming profiles.

Some error messages are

Soap error: Soap error: Unspecified client error.. event ID 16
Soap error: Connection time out..
Cryot 32 event ID 66

Windows ended GPO processing because the computer shut down or the user logged off.
Event ID 1068
bkebbayAsked:
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Radhakrishnan RSenior Technical LeadCommented:
Is the automatic updates service or bit service failing to start? Check this MS article
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/824208
Konstantin KrolikovCommented:
Hmmmm songs like the user doesn't have enouth permitions ...
You tryed Create enother user ? if its in Domain new domain user and connect with it ?
Or if its in domain if you have some wrong policy law linked on it ?
bkebbayAuthor Commented:
Yes have done all of the above what would you suggest.
goyal_251Commented:
seems NTuser.dat and NTuser.pol files are not synchronized

to obtain the hotfix refer below link.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/958058

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