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29th April 2011, 04:30 PM #1
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Windows XP, Mandatory profiles and GPO Failure
I've created a new mandatory profile for students, and using my test user account, I'm getting the following failures upon login:
1 - Unable to apply folder redirection policy, initialization failed
2 - The Group Policy client-side extension Folder Redirection failed to execute
3 - The client-side extension caught the unhandled exception '0xC0000005' inside: 'threadEntry : client main'
4 - The Group Policy client-side extension Group Policy Drive Maps failed to execute
and another set of entries for 3 and 4 for Group Policy Registry.
If I use the current profile, everything reports and operates normally. I created the profile as Microsoft says, step by step. Can anyone help pinpoint a fix for this?
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29th April 2011, 04:43 PM #2
Need a bit more info really :P
Any chance of the full userenv logs?
Also, generally I'm assuming that from the order of the fails, it can't find your profile. ('0xC0000005' is access violation normally, I assume people have access to the share they're on?)
Where are the profiles, and what did you do in "Microsoft says, STep by step" ?
Last edited by Steve21; 29th April 2011 at 04:47 PM.
29th April 2011, 05:46 PM #3
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Please see attached file. This specific profile is located on our DFS share \\uufsd\district\profiles\hs\student_new.
The desktop portion of the user profile loads properly.
29th April 2011, 06:13 PM #4
Wow :P That's a lot of errors lol.
Nearly everyone is suggesting problems finding the profile.
Error 5 = access denieds.
Can't find autoexec.bat = no access, or file hidden etc
ProcessGPORegistryPolicy: Failed to move archive file to temporary file due to error: 2. = Can't find valid file
Can you directly access:
from the account? Explorer style?
Really seems you're missing some permission to view it, or it's typo'd. (There isn't a $ for hidden file or something you're missing?)
(Would be cool to see entire file path to profile file + the "user" set profile path just incase)
29th April 2011, 06:26 PM #5
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Attached is a picture of the profile info tab from the user's account in AD. I can successfully explore to the location of the profile. If I log in as a user with the old profile, everything works normally. According to the application log on the workstation, the user that is generating the errors is the NT Authority\System account.
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