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Windows 7 Temporary Profile

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Hi guys,

We have one user here who keeps getting the "you have been logged with a temporary profile message". I rejoined the PC to the domain and im still having the same issue. How can i fix this?
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This should do it. You delete the registry settings for the temp profile then log in again.
http://www.sysprobs.com/fix-temporary-profile-windows-7
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Gabriel I dont see the .bak profile
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Sorry Cobra25 Gabriel posted the correct link.

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Lol you are the best, that is not spam it was in my cash. Hope a Mod will delete it.
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Guys, on that link i dont see the .bak profile
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If you have a key that is duplicated, one is the original and one is the new key. Delete the new key and try to login. If the user has not logged into the computer before there will only be one key for the user, delete that key.
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there is a bunch of keys, how do i know which one is which? They are all different.
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When you click on each of them, each of them has something listed under ProfileImagePath that will give you a clue as to whom it belongs to.
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I checked the imagepaths, but i do not see one for this user.
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Is there any other user that is having issues logging into that computer, try someone that has not logged into that computer before. Is that user able to log into any other computer? To me, if there is nothing in the profile list in the registry, the computer is either having issues with AD for user information or there is something wrong with the user profile in AD. Someone please correct me if I am wrong.
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I just made a new AD account for him and its working fine now. Thanks for the help though guys.
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No problem.
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