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New PC Domain User can not access file

Posted on 2012-04-07
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I have problem  can not access to file when domain user log in,but in their old pc no problem.I attach the picture for expert ,hopefully somebody has face this problem before.
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by:adez12
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Yes, I've seen that before.  The user has to log out, then log back in.
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by:warriorsTeah
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Why this problem happen,is domain controller problem or window 7 problem ?
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by:MBobrek
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There are a couple of issues I see. If I saw those correctly, ones xp and the other 7?

Here are options (in no specific order):

- delete the profile on new 7 device.  On the server you should see a "testuser" profile and a "testuser.V2" profile. Users SHOULD be able to fly back and forth but sometimes they can pooch. (v2is win 7 profile in case you didn't know)
- if above doesn't work, do on both local and server (v2)
- also if still fails, there is a registry that ties to it (see link below)
- remove computer from domain, reboot, add back, and reboot.

Here is common info: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en/w7itprogeneral/thread/5ec0b949-effa-4e30-ba09-dc948a4c7a8b
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by:adez12
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It's a Windows 7 thing.  This happens every now and then.  When you're logged into the "temporary profile" most if not all of the domain resources are unavailable.
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by:MBobrek
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A reboot MAY just clear a hiccup. But if it's happening often, this needs to be cleared. A fresh profile generally helps but you have to clear that reg key locally.
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Problem already solved,i try to use other domain user name is no problem,so that i just create another user name for user.please advise why this can be happen,another the that ,how can i attach the event log to expert exchange
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