27. června 2012 17:17
I ran into an issue this morning with our Windows Server 2008 R2 terminal servers and related user profiles. Here's a little background on the setup:
User AD roaming profile points to \\server\profiles\%username% & home folder points to \\server\hd\%username%
User AD remote desktop profile points to \\server\profiles\%username% & home folder points to \\server\hd\%username%
I checked the location where the user profiles are stored and for a while, most of them were showing username.domain.v2 and working perfectly fine. This morning however, when the users logged in, it created a folder called username.v2. I checked with a few people in the IT industry & also checked this forum and found that the username.v2 profile is normal for Windows Vista & later profiles. My question is, how come the profiles were showing as username.domain.v2 instead of username.v2?
I apologize in advance if my problem & question sound vague.
4. července 2012 7:19Moderátor
It is by design that username.domain.v2 indicates it is a rds roaming profile and username.v2 indicates it is a AD roaming profile.
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- Označen jako odpověď Clarence ZhangModerator 10. července 2012 7:46