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can't locate roaming profile

Posted on 2011-02-24
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I have one user account on my server 03 domain which will not load their roaming profile.  Full permisssions and ownership have been given for the profile folder.  Directory listed for profile is correct.
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by:MikeLogsdon
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Do other users profile load on the same pc?
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Other accounts load without issue.  I can load this profile if I add the user to admin group however no local copy of the account saves to the machine.  I looked at user options under advanced tab in system properties and the account is not listed.  Is there another way to make WinXP save a local copy of the profile?
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Is the user experiencing the same issue on another machine?
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Same user was experiencing issue on multiple machines.  In the end I pulled a copy of the profile and recreated the account.  Haven't had any issues following this.
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Not the solution I was after but no-one offered a better option.
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