Windows 2003 Data Center edition, member of a domain. 1 user out of over 30 is unable to log in: it logs him off before ever showing the desktop.
Previously, I deleted his profile and then he was able to log in again (which created a new profile for him). Then a few days later it happened again, I tried gpupdate, which worked for a few days. today, it's happening again. Now, neither deleting his profile nor running gpupdate is helping.
I can see "Loading Personal Settings" and "Applying Personal Settings" and then the Remote Desktop Connection client closes.
The Event log shows nothing unusual: Zero entries in Application and System. Security shows the usual:
8/7/2012 8:58:27 AM Successful Logon 8/7/2012 8:58:27 AM Special privileges assigned to new logon 8/7/2012 8:58:28 AM User Logoff: User Name: [username] Domain: [domain] Logon ID: (0x0,0x137FD94C) Logon Type: 10
of course, even if I WANTED to log off as fast as possible, I couldn't do it in 1 second.
Both users are in the Administrators group.
Anyone have any ideas?