Re: Login issue

07-10-2005, 03:02 AM
Hi, Shenan,

Thanks you very much for your help. I will try to do it.


"Shenan Stanley" wrote:

> qq wrote:
> > I got a problem form a user. He used his domain username to login his
> > XP client computer on LAN. He can login in, but log into a different
> > desktop. Everything has been changed in his desktop. I have checked
> > C:\Documents and Setting, his user name is there, but a new directory
> > username.domain is there too. I thought that a new user has been
> > created in the XP client computer. Is any body can help to change
> > back to old profile when he login from his user account in our domain?
> Whenever you logon to a domain from a computer, that user (whether the
> username/password are the same or not) is considered a different user than a
> local account - and thus a clean profile is created from the "Default User"
> profile. You can go back, as an administrator, and change a registry entry
> to point both profiles to the same profile directory (making sure that the
> local/domain user accounts both have full permissions to the
> files/directories in the single profile directory.)
> To make the profiles the same, have them logon locally as well as in the
> domain - choose the one they like the most (this is all assuming you do not
> use roaming profiles) and as another administrative user, change the
> registry setting pointing to one or the other profiles...
> Start -> RUN -> regedit
> HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList
> Look for the SID (the really nasty looking number starting with S-1-5
> usually) folder that when you select it on the left and look on the right in
> the value for "ProfileImagePath" has the value for the user you want to
> point to the other profile. Change that to be the path of the other user
> you want it to be.. and then close the regedit and reboot. Make sure that
> the users have full File and Directory permissions to boh of those
> directories.
> --
> >=- Shenan -=<
> >=- MS MVP -=<
> --
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Re: Login issue