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you have been logged with the default profile  for system

Posted on 2013-07-01
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Hi guys,

I just get this message on my computer:

"you have been logged with the default profile  for system"

Is there any steeps you guys know to fix this problem?

Thank you in advance.
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Question by:elm9999
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The profile may have become corrupted.  Delete the existing profile (after saving the data) and create a new profile.  After verifying that the new profile works correctly, rename the "new profile" to the "old profile."  Copy email pst/ost files. Re-create program settings one-by-one, as you use them (this step takes some time) but is not a issue or a problem.
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Also, make sure that the computer is bound to AD, if you are using AD. Even if it is, you might try removing it from AD, check ADUC to make sure that it gets deleted and then rejoin it.
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Thanks guys,

It'll be a lot of work, since I have a lot of programs installed there :)

Thanks.
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