Windows Server - Duplicate profiles in terminal server

Asked By atain on 01-Feb-07 11:24 AM
Hopfully someone has an answer to this because I am stumped.  I have a
windows 2003 terminal server and after ever reboot, new profiles are
setup for users even though they already had profiles stored on the
server.

jtest
jtest.domain
jtest.domain.000
jtest.domain.001


I am also receiving the following in the event logs:

Event ID 333

Registry could not read in or write out or flush one of the files that
contain the system's image of the Registry"

I applied M898060 and that seemed to solve the 333 error but returned
after an hour or so.

Any help is resolving this would be appreciated!




Vera Noest [MVP] replied on 01-Feb-07 04:26 PM
Check

http://www.eventid.net/display.asp?eventid=333&eventno=5757
&source=Application%20Popup&phase=1

Anti-virus software or hard disk problems seem to be common causes.
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atain replied on 02-Feb-07 11:54 AM
On Feb 1, 4:26 pm, "Vera Noest [MVP]" <vera.no...@remove-

I checked for viruses and ran chkdsk with no problems found. I did
find this article but appears to apply to roaming profiles and not
local.  Not sure if this hotfix would apply

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/840378
atain replied on 02-Feb-07 01:25 PM
Also, It is not every user... Only a handful
Vera Noest [MVP] replied on 02-Feb-07 04:15 PM
Only you can check if hotfix 840378 applies to your situation.
Do you use the "Important URLs" and "Favorites and Links" Windows
Server 2003 Group Policy setting?

If not, I'd clean out the duplicate profiles and install the
UPHClean utility.

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=1B286E6D-
8912-4E18-B570-42470E2F3582
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atain replied on 02-Feb-07 10:42 PM
Vera...  Thanks for the reply...   I did not see this before posting
the new thread...

I will try that monday  and post results.