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sbs 2011 The User Profile Service service failed the logon

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For some reason, when I tried to logon as default administrator account in SBS 2011, I got this message:
the user profile service failed to logon. user profile cannot be loaded

I still can login with another dosbs2011main admin account, but not the default one.
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by:Philip Elder
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You are probably seeing 1511 and 1515 errors in the Event Logs?

Fix:
http://blog.mpecsinc.ca/2008/09/vista-event-id-1511-1515-profile-loss.html

Philip
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thanks. that doesnt' work for me. As the SID was removed by me already. and I couldn't even delete the profile. I got it working now by using the profile tool
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by:Philip Elder
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What profile tool is that please?

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by:okamon
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reprofiler
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found answer myself
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