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1answer
468 views

Deleting Local Profiles when using Roaming Profiles at Log off

I'm currently building an environment that will host about 5,000 users over 20 AppServer. I have finalized my GPOs but I'm experiencing an issue with the user's local profile when roaming profiles is ...
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1answer
255 views

Move roaming profile user from 2008 to 2012 on new domain; logon and permission issues

I have an older server 2008 machine with domain old.local. I created a new server (2012 R2), promoted to dc and created the domain new.local. I set up a share for user folders Users$. I moved a ...
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0answers
82 views

Computer Trying to Load Roaming Profile from Wrong Location

I'm working with a Windows Server 2008 R2 AD DC ("SERVER1") and a Windows 7 Professional desktop ("DESKTOPELIA") that has been added to my domain. I've set the profile path for my test account to ...
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1answer
257 views

Roaming Profile Permissions and Migration

Currently a client as 2003 DC and we are migrating them to a 2008R2 on a 2012 Hyper-V Host. They have a handful of roaming profiles - but with the usual setup - i.e. the only permissions on the actual ...
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0answers
153 views

Obscure network fault, Server2012/Win8 - Code = (34) STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED, Printer GPO

Anyone got any clues what could possibly be causing this error. Environment is Server 2012 and Windows 8 with roaming user profiles, \Server\Profile$ & \Server\User$. The trigger that causes ...
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1answer
151 views

Folder creation date is very recent, while last modified is years ago

We're experiencing some weird stuff with our roaming user profiles. We use folder redirection for Documents/Pictures/Music/Destkop/Downloads, yet these folders are being created in the roaming user ...
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1answer
2k views

Roaming Profiles & Redirected Folders - storage consumption? offline files and caching?

I understand the concepts of both roaming profiles and folder redirection and have used both separately before. I am about to set up a network from scratch and would ideally like to use both for the ...
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1answer
2k views

Remote Desktop Services roaming profile leaving local copy after logoff

I have a Windows 2008 Remote Desktop Server and a GPO redirecting Remote Desktop Services profiles to a netapp share. This works with one caveat. I am getting a local profile written as well as the ...
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1answer
639 views

Configuring roaming profiles

Running a DC (Windows Server 2008 R2) with Windows 7 Clients. I have configured the roaming profiles (I believe), however once while logging in, the account logs in with a TEMP profile. Can someone ...
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2answers
152 views

can I set Roaming Profiles to create folders and permissions on a new pc they are used on?

hopefully a quick question, we run roaming profiles on Server 2008 R2 to allow desk hot swapping. At the moment, because of some of the software packages running, we have to manually set the user as a ...
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7answers
5k views

Roaming Profiles: Simultaneous Logins of Same User

I am administering a Windows Server 2008 R2 environment that is using roaming profiles and folder redirection. The client machines are running Windows 7. Due to the nature of the business, users ...
0
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1answer
605 views

Roaming profiles and network shares

I have two servers, one is the DNS and DC and the other is the File Server. Both are running up to date versions of Windows Server 2008 R2. First of all, I have created a folder called PROFILES and ...
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2answers
3k views

Moving roaming profiles to DFS

I'm redirecting appdata, my docs and desktop folders to a server using a GPO based on what facility they're usually at. This brings up a problem for users who bounce between multiple locations. ...
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2answers
4k views

Server 2008 R2 + Remote Desktop Services cached roaming profiles not being deleted on logoff

I've been having an issue for a few weeks now with certain roaming profiles not being deleted from my Remote Desktop Services host server when a user logs off. The issue seems to be only related to a ...