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Problem with recycle bin on remote desktop

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One of our customers gets the following error during logon to our windows 2008 R2 terminal server.
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by:Cluskitt
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A translation to english would be nice, so the rest of us can help you :)
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by:rtjdamen
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Here is the translation: The recycle bin on \ \ virtualcomputing.biz \ nlrdmfls01 \ tsg $ \ Solvid is damaged. Do you want to trash this drive empty?
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by:Coast-IT
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Sounds like you have a corrupt recycle bin, follow this ling to resolve ;  I know it says Vista, but same applies ;

http://www.vistax64.com/tutorials/131294-recycle-bin-corrupted-cannot-delete-file-folder.html
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by:Lukasz Chmielewski
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Check the access rights to recycle bin folder on the target machine. It seems that the users doesn't have them.
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by:Malajlo
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What about disk quotas?
Can you access that UNC as that user?
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by:rtjdamen
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Nothing of the above things is working. It looks like the problem is occured on the following manner:

The user is working on a terminal server with redirect folder to tsm$\company1

After we changed that path tot tsm$\company2 and his start menu did change this problem occured. Looks like some old history thats inside the profile. Maybe some registry key or something?
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problem solved bij recreating the user profile
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by:rtjdamen
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This was the solution
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