Tuesday, February 03, 2009 10:49 PMI have a Windows 2008 AD Domain with 2 Windows 2008 Terminal Servers. Both are configured identically. I have the TS Roaming profiles stored on a 3rd server and a GPO pointing all users to the roaming profiles. On one of the servers everything works perfectly. On the second server the users, after they input their credentials, get the following message "Please Wait For The User Profile Service". The message can stay there for up to 3 minutes, then they are logged innormall with the correct profile. This problem does not occur on log off. Any help would be appreciated
Wednesday, February 04, 2009 5:28 PMModeratorHi,
Please see if infromation in the below post can help you resolve your issue.
Wednesday, February 04, 2009 9:06 PM99% of the times I had this problem it was caused by either DNS issues or network bindings.
Are your servers multihomed? In other words: do you have multiple network cards? If so, make sure your "production" card is on top in the network connections -> advanced settings -> adapters and bindings.
You could also enable user env logging (search microsoft how to do that)
Thursday, February 05, 2009 1:18 AMAfter checking, the TS Server that was having the issue did not have the correct NIC as the top card listed. I have adjusted this and it seems to have made a tremendous difference. Thank you for your help