TS roaming profile creates username.domain instead of username onl

Discussion in 'Active Directory' started by rcy, Sep 20, 2005.

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    rcy Guest

    On my new 2003 SP1 server the TS Roaming Profile is not using just the
    username to create itself. It is doing one of two things: created a profile
    called testuser.test or under a profile called testuser a folder called
    testuser.test This does it on any of my 5 newly installed servers. If I
    just use the Terminal Profile tab for the username in Active Directory w/o
    Group Policy it works fine. I have rebooted the server to apply the change
    as well as replicated the domain.

    I have the following:
    2 of 2003 Standard Server - Domain Controller - No SP1
    5 of 2003 Standard Server - Terminal Server w Citrix - SP1 installed (Used a
    slipstreamed cd that includes SP1)

    Group policy setting Set path for TS Profiles is to \\share\Profiles w/o
    appending %username% on it.

    Does anyone know of a hotfix for this. I don't want to install SP1 on my
    Domain Controls as this has caused a multitude of problems for Citrix XP 1.0
    FR3 installs.
     
    rcy, Sep 20, 2005
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    bonepin Guest

    I have the same problem, does anyone know a sollution???

    "rcy" schreef:
     
    bonepin, Nov 7, 2005
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    rcy Guest

    Microsoft says this relates to folder redirection and to not use both GPO TS
    Profile and folder redirection at the same time. I had to use the user's TS
    Profile tab for now. Either that or setup new profiles, yeah right - who has
    time for that!
     
    rcy, Nov 7, 2005
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    Morten Leth Guest

    I have the exact same problem, don't anyone have any solution to this, or is
    the solution simply to uninstall sp1 ??? (which i would hate to do but am
    willing to do if it is the only way out)

    "rcy" skrev:
     
    Morten Leth, Dec 14, 2005
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