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I am working in a Windows Server 2008 domain environment (also a 2008 functional level), and I recently added a Windows Server 2003 to the domain to use as a server to store my roaming profiles.

So I created a share on the 2003 and edited the user profiles manually on the 2008 (not through GPO). I have access to the server, and I have the right permissions: read and write.

When I try to log in with a user with a roaming profile, however, I get this error message:

"The security Database on the server does not have a computer account for this workstation trust relationship."

All machines are correctly joined to the domain (only one domain).

Any help would be appreciated! Thanks!

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What happens when you log in with a user that doesn't have a roaming profile, does that work? Which DC is being used by the machine and does the AD object exist on that server? –  Jannemans Aug 3 '11 at 12:23
    
It happens when I try to log in to a client computer attached to the domain. Normal accounts without roaming profiles do not have this problem. AD exists on both DC's (2008), not on the 2003 server. –  glenn Aug 8 '11 at 7:23
    
oh and if I hadn't googled it, I wouldn't be here –  glenn Aug 8 '11 at 7:25
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