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Hello Experts!!
I've a Active Directory with Roaming Profile on a Windows Server 2008 R2.
When some users using Windows 7 Pro SP1 logs on the server they get this error message:
"There is a problem with your roaming profile. You have been logged on with your previously saved local profile"
The profile folders on the server is empty and denied access.
Thanks!!
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Did you check this Link Roaming Profiles Windows 2008 R2
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Check NTFS & share permissions at Microsoft Roaming Profiles Security Recommendations

Helped greatly when I had the same issue.
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