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Discussion in 'Windows Server' started by Adrian, Jul 17, 2009.

  1. Adrian

    Adrian Guest


    The environment is as follows:

    The DFS serve stores remotely profiles. when a user (administrator) is Login
    to server it appears the error described in the subject and also this error

    Windows was unable to load the registry. This is often caused by
    insufficient memory or insufficient security rights.

    DETAIL - Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested
    service. for C: \ Documents and Settings \ Administrator \ Ntuser.dat

    the events are 1505 / 1508 Application - Source Usernev.

    Apply the change note PagePool and we must install UPHClean software but not

    The server has 8 GB RAM and two processors, and has free space disc,.

    I hope your help.

    Thank you very much
    Adrian, Jul 17, 2009
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  2. This might help:;EN-US;304101
    Pegasus [MVP], Jul 17, 2009
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  3. Adrian

    Adrian Guest

    Adrian, Jul 17, 2009
  4. Pegasus [MVP], Jul 17, 2009

  5. FYI, I've found to get around that, is to copy and paste the link into a
    Google search. Then click on the first result that has this same exact link
    you pasted, and it will allow you into the article. They're site must be
    setup to allow Google referrals but not direct URLs.

    But it is unfortunate they charge for their service. The Microsoft
    newsgroups have been free for years and will continue to be free, and it's
    funny that some of the responses at their site refer back to postings here,
    yet they charge.

    Ace Fekay [MCT], Jul 18, 2009
  6. .. . . didn't work for me!
    Pegasus [MVP], Jul 18, 2009

  7. Kind of surprised it didn't work.

    What steps did you try?

    What I did was copy/paste the following into the browser and hit enter:

    WHich of course doesn't show the responses and prompts to join. Then I
    pasted the same URL into my Google search box (upper right corner for my
    default search engine), clicked search, and two search results appeared. I
    clicked the first results, and got right into their thread.

    Ace Fekay [MCT], Jul 18, 2009
  8. Thanks for the detailed instructions. I did get as far as Google showing me
    two search results: One from www.experts-exchange, the other from When I clicked the Experts-Exchange then I got the usual
    prompt to log on or to register for a free 30-day trial. This happened both
    for IE8 and Firefox 3. It's a pity the OP didn't think a little beyond his
    own personal needs.
    Pegasus [MVP], Jul 18, 2009
  9. When you clicked on it, did you scroll down past all of the advertisements?
    When I click on it, you can see the scroll bar get really small, indicating
    there's a boatload of more stuff on the page.
    I second that. Or he simply didn't realize it.

    Ace Fekay [MCT], Jul 18, 2009
  10. Adrian

    Adrian Guest


    delete all profiles on my computer -> properties -> advanced -> user
    profiles, and and it checks that clear in the registry


    Before check the SID with WHOAMI /USER from command prompt.

    Adrian, Jul 20, 2009
  11. Adrian

    Adrian Guest


    See this solution

    sounds like you have corrupt profiles

    Suggestion 1:

    This can happen if some usersÂ’ ProfileImagePath registries are duplicated
    with other users' ProfileImagePath. To resolve the issue, perform the
    following steps:
    1. Run "WHOAMI /USER /SID" to determine the usersÂ’ correct SID.
    If you do not have the whoami command tool, you can download and install it
    from the link below.
    Note: By default, it will install to the C:\Program files\Resource Kit
    folder. To run it, go to a command prompt and change the path to C:\Program
    Files\Resource Kit. Then type "whoami /USER /SID" (without quotes) and press
    Enter. It should display the current usersÂ’ name and SID.
    2. Check the ProfileImagePath value under the following registry key:
    Note down this ProfileImagePath value.
    3. Check the other ProfileList\<SID> keys for matching ProfileImagePath
    values and deleted those keys.
    Note: Please make sure you have backed up the registry key before you delete
    4. Test and see if the problem is fixed.
    Did you manually move your users' profiles to another drive? If you have
    moved the Documents and Settings folder, it will lead to the issue. Microsoft
    does not support moving the Documents and Settings folder in Windows Server
    2003 or Windows XP to another drive. Although you can try the steps in
    M236621, Microsoft provides it for informational purposes only.

    Suggestion 2:

    If the issue persists, I suggest that you create a new user and then copy
    the user profile. When copying, the following files should be excluded:
    - Ntuser.dat
    - Ntuser.dat.log
    - Ntuser.ini.

    See M811151 for information on how to copy user data to a new user profile.
    Test and see if the problem is fixed".
    "How to copy data from a corrupted user profile to a new profile"

    Adrian, Jul 20, 2009
  12. Thank you for posting an update and the solution. I hope it helps others with a similar problem.

    Ace Fekay [MCT], Jul 20, 2009
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