[Samba] Roaming Profile not found - replacement PDC
cgmckeever at prupref.com
Sat May 24 16:04:07 GMT 2003
sorry Gordon, I thought you wanted to turn profiles off...
ok, on that note, there were some XP keys that needed tweaking
one was DISABLE profile ownership and something else, I stumbled across
these while trying to do the opposite...
I made note of them in the post earlier this week
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Gordon Pritchard [mailto:gordonp at sfu.ca]
> Sent: Saturday, May 24, 2003 11:01 AM
> To: Chris McKeever
> Cc: samba at lists.samba.org
> Subject: RE: [Samba] Roaming Profile not found - replacement PDC
> On Sat, 2003-05-24 at 07:59, Chris McKeever wrote:
> > I think there are a couple solutions to this..I went
> through it myself..
> > samba side: you can set the /etc/samba/smb.conf
> > login path =
> > login home =
> > or, on the XP side use gpedit.msc and change
> > ENABLE 'use local profiles only'
> I think this would make my WinXP box use Local
> Profiles, right? I
> definitely do not want that!!! I want roaming profiles only, so that
> any user could sit at any WinXP box, and continue with their
> > I dont remeber the exact key path, but I made a post of it
> monday of last
> > week when I went through this as well. dejanews
> microsoft.public for
> > 'disable romaing profiles xp'
> I am continuing to look at my difficulty, but social
> obligations this
> weekend limit my efforts...
> I am guilty of forgetting to mention that my goal is to
> enable roamng
> profiles, as I had before I replaced my old PDC. At least, the
> user-data is all there, it's a matter of gaining access.
> > > I have joined a machine to the domain, and I log on.
> > > Then, I get a
> > > message to the effect that the user's roaming profile couldn't be
> > > [loaded or found?], and a local profile will be used instead
> > >
> > > Background
> > > ==========
> > >
> > > I took my previous PDC, and simply copied over all the
> > > user files and
> > > directories to the replacement PDC of the same name.
> Thanks for your reply, Chris.
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