Terminal Servers in Cluster - Login/Profile Issues - Please Help!

Discussion in 'Windows Networking' started by un1c0rn, Apr 7, 2010.

  1. un1c0rn

    un1c0rn Guest

    Hello Gurus,

    Currently I am having an issue with logins and profiles as per details

    Server/Network Configuration Details:
    1 X Windows Server 2008 Std FE 64bit (DC)
    2 X Windows Server 2008 Ent 32bit Terminal Servers
    User Profiles are Roaming and exist in: \\SBSERVER\Profiles on the Domain
    Controller and C:\Users\ on the Terminal Servers.
    Approx 50 users.

    Problem Description
    Error messages when logging in the terminal servers: Your roaming profile is
    not synchronized correctly with the server. Windows will load your
    previously-saved local profile instead. See the previous events for details.
    After error this computer cant connect to the remote computer, try
    connecting again, if it occurs try contacting the remote server

    Getting 1509 and 1540 errors in the application event log when logging into
    the terminal server as a user.

    The clients can login and sometimes it freezes, otherwise they are unable to
    login at all, the clients have to wait for a period of about 15min before
    they're able to attempt to login again.

    Profiles have been deleted and recreated, and issue seems like its resolved
    and then same problem eventually returns.

    Checked permissions in \\SBSERVER\Profiles (on DC) & C:\Users\ (on both the
    Terminal Servers) and users have the permissions to write/delete
    files/folders, etc.

    Any assistance in this matter would be greatly appreciated.
    un1c0rn, Apr 7, 2010
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  2. Meinolf Weber [MVP-DS], Apr 7, 2010
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  3. This is not the TS NewsGroup.

    Check the path of your profile and verify that your users have read/write
    rights to the location. I have seen this fail quite often because the path
    of the profile is unreachable by the logging on user.

    Paul Bergson
    MVP - Directory Services
    MCITP - Enterprise Administrator
    MCTS, MCT, MCSE, MCSA, MCP, Security +, BS CSci
    2008, Vista, 2003, 2000 (Early Achiever), NT4
    Microsoft's Thrive IT Pro of the Month - June 2009


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    Paul Bergson [MVP-DS], Apr 7, 2010
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