Whenever a user logs in to a windows 7 computer under our schools domain, they are automatically logged in under the user TEMP.(our domain) so it looks like this, TEMP.PEC-EAGLES. also created was a temp folder using TEMP.(the computer name). Our domain has over 2000 users and this is the first time this has happened and it only happens on a newer computer we just got this past fall. The logins worked just fine about a month ago and this issue has happened since then.
It sounds like profiles were of deleted directly from the C:\Users folder, which isn't the proper way to remove a profile. It leaves behind registry entries that cause subsequent login attempts to create
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