How do you do....it? Thread, Mandatory Profiles/SYSVol in Technical; Does anyone keep their Mandatory Profiles in sysvol? Or tried and ended up regreting it?
The reason I'm asking is ...
24th March 2009, 09:04 AM #1
Does anyone keep their Mandatory Profiles in sysvol? Or tried and ended up regreting it?
The reason I'm asking is I'm trying to eliminate single points of failure in our network, if the profile can be loaded from any domain controller this should make things more reliable.
24th March 2009, 08:41 PM #2
- Rep Power
Look into DFS for your profiles - try to ensure that you set one server to be a prefered server, otherwise if you get the same users logged on in more than one place some of their files might "disappear" for a while.
This is your best option to reduce points of failure
25th March 2009, 08:44 AM #3
I assume you're thinking of writable roaming profiles.
Originally Posted by Richie_OLSJ
No data gets saved back to Mandatory Profiles (thank god, we've got one that used by about 700 different users).
EDIT: I assume I just use the %logonserver% when I specify the location of the user's profile.
25th March 2009, 08:49 AM #4
I keep my student profile in the netlogon share but only reference an individual server allthough I would like to move away from that and use %logonserver% if that is the correct way.
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