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profile has changed for domain user

Posted on 2011-09-02
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Hello all.
User running fine all of a sudden lost all desktop items etc..  After creating folder on dekstop, noticed its going to test folder under document and settings. User is loggin in with same username as always. How do I change the profile to point to right user? What could cause the issue? I am running virus and malware scans now and tried system restore. Please help
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start>run>cmd

set u
(type it just like that....)

Whats the Userprofile value pointing to?

And whats the Username?
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