Event 1509 "System Volume Information" with user profile disk (UPD)

Hi,

We have the following infrastructure in use:

dc1 - Windows 2012 as domain controller
rd1 - Windows 2012 as remote desktop server
bg1 - Windows 2012 as rds session broker
fs1 - Windows 2012 as file server

user profile disk (UPD) is active. Path "\\DC1\RDSProfiles"
remote desktop user profile path is empty because UPD is active
(local) user profile path: \\FS1\ADSProfiles\%username%

Every time a user logoff from the RDS SESSION an error occurs at the rd1 event log.

Event 1509
"Die Datei \\?\C:\Users\db.000\System Volume Information\{990ec681-0390-11e4-9428-00155d0a0b07}{3808876b-c176-4e48-b7ae-04046e6cc752} konnte nicht nach \\?\UNC\FS1\ADSProfiles\db.V2\System Volume Information\{990ec681-0390-11e4-9428-00155d0a0b07}{3808876b-c176-4e48-b7ae-04046e6cc752} kopiert werden. Mögliche Fehlerursachen sind Netzwerkprobleme oder nicht ausreichende Sicherheitsrechte."

You see I logoff from a session, not a local account but windows tries to save data to the local AD profile path!?

If I remove the (local) user profile path: \\FS1\ADSProfiles\%username% the error message disappears…? What is the relation between the rds session with the local user profile.


For any hint I'm happy

Daniel
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BIRDANAuthor Commented:
UPDATE: I have opened a Microsoft support case. The problem can be reproduced at any time, so the escalation team is currently on the problem solution. Once a solution is found, I will publish it here.
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BIRDANAuthor Commented:
UPDATE: the escalation team has the following conclusion: "roaming profile AND user profile disk is not recommended to use at the same time."... or with my own words "There is a bug in W2012/R2"
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