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windows 2008 server test lab problem with domain admin user

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I have created a test lab according to the microsoft test lab documentation. TEST LAB DOC

I have created DC1.
Created Domain Admin User1 in ADUC.
Created App1 and had it join the domain with user1 credentials.
Now whenever I log into App1 as User1 I have no rights whatsoever.
I can't make any changes, I can't ping anything (unable to contact ip driver).
If i log in with local admin acct, everything works fine.

what am I missing?
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Question by:FIT-SS
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by:Andy M
ID: 39921456
Check the local administrators group on App1 - see if domain admins are listed as members of that group.
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by:FIT-SS
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when i try to add it says "domain admins" is already of member of group admin
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by:Santosh Gupta
ID: 39921495
pls check if there is local user with named "User1".
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by:FIT-SS
ID: 39921499
there is no local user1.
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by:Santosh Gupta
ID: 39921521
login with local admin and try to rename the user1 profile.
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by:FIT-SS
ID: 39921534
I deleted the user1 and user2 profiles. Now when I login I get the error:
"you have been logged on with a temporary profile" with both of these users.
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by:Santosh Gupta
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ok, got it.

Go to registry
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE\ Microsoft\ Windows NT \ CurrentVersion \ ProfileList

and delete all keys end with .bak
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by:FIT-SS
ID: 39921556
Thanks. did that and now I don't get logged in with Temp profile but still do not have admin rights.
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by:Santosh Gupta
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try remove and rejoin the domain.

if still it not works, login as local admin and remove the "domain admin" group from "local administrator" group and readd.
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by:FIT-SS
ID: 39921682
rejoined and same issue.
Domain admin does not show up in local admin, even though when I try to add it says it is there already.
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Santosh Gupta earned 2000 total points
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Seems you did not run sysprep /generalize for your template to ensure that a new SID is being generated for each created VM instance.

pls run and check.
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by:yo_bee
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Can you post a screenshot of APP1 logon screen with User1 as a username
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by:FIT-SS
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Ugg. I can't believe i forgot to sysprep.  This completely resolved the issue.
Thanks.
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