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i see user account is set to home drive to  \\domain.local\users\profile
how do i fins the server where it is?
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Open command prompt

type nslookup domain.local
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May be you can try applying following command on user/any workstation to find out logon server server.

Start -> Run -> Cmd.exe
ECHO %LOGONSERVER%

To locate physical location of "Users" profile share - apply following command on Logon Server.

Start -> Run -> Cmd.exe
NET Share |Find /I "Users"
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thank you for your time.
it is DFS domain space
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