Windows Server 2008 R2 Thread, Profiles not loading correctly in Win 7 from an Win 2008 R2 in Technical; We are having a problem where our profiles set for staff/student are not loading properly,
We have two issues where ...
25th March 2013, 10:37 AM #1
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Profiles not loading correctly in Win 7 from an Win 2008 R2
We are having a problem where our profiles set for staff/student are not loading properly,
We have two issues where student are not getting there profiles loaded they dont get their documents and they do not get desktop icons and so are forced to log on and then log off again
the second issue is staff are logging on and are NOT get the temp profile saying they couldn't get the full profile. The majority of the time they are recieving the start menu's, backgrounds and icons and mapped home folders. We use alot of group policy to share out settings but we have installed paper cut and a central print system and have found that the printers some times appear and some times dont - some staff can print and some do not have a printer when they try to select it. They seem to have loaded partial profiles but are not aware until they have been working for some time then are stuck to finish the jobs they are doing!
Its getting alot of complaints and with 130 staff my ears are hurting! any one had similar of got any suggestions?
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25th March 2013, 10:38 AM #2
Any messages in the event log?
25th March 2013, 10:58 AM #3
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No messages on server or on individual clients - the fix we have found so far is to log off shut down the client and re-start from scratch but not ideal when you just want to get on an finish your work. So seems a reset works but impractical in the work place to do after every user
25th March 2013, 02:52 PM #4
Install KB 2775511 on your file, DC DNS DHCP servers and your clients.
Install KB 2647753 (if it isn't already) and 2748246 on your print server and clients.
Then see if the problem continues. If it does, remove the misbehaving profiles from the network and local caches, and see if clean built ones exhibit the problem post-hotfix roll ups.
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