Corrupt Profile on TS??


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One of my clients has a Terminal Server on their network that remote sites
log into. The Remote workstations are XP Pro; The Termial Server, along with
the other servers on the network are Server 2000.

Everyone that needs to log in to the terminal server from a remote site or
from the home office has no problem except for 1 user. That user is set up
exactly the same as all other users in AD Users & Computers. All are set up
with roaming profiles, and their TS profile is stored the same place as their
standard login profile.

From her workstation at the home office everything works fine for her. But
when she logs in to the terminal server from a remote site, she can basically
do NOTHING. When she tries to open a folder on the desktop, it displays a
message to the effect that ActiveX scripts or components can not be run so
the application may not appear correctly.

Because of the reference to ActiveX components, I looked at the Internet
Security Options in IE and the only zone it shows is Restricted Sites, and
the level is set to High. And it can not be set to anything else. Neither
can any other zones be brought up.

Is any of this making any sense? Does anyone have a clue where I might look
to resolve this problem?

I have removed any remnant of a profile for the user on the TS hoping it
would establish it again. No luck though. Is there something in her
standard profile that could be incompatible with TS?

Thanks for any clues you can offer.

Bob Showalter, Packer International
 
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Very odd... i jsut got an email saying that i posted this question... when i
am certainly not BobS

A Microsoft Community member has responded to your question entitled
"Corrupt Profile on TS??" . ....... Etc as the email goes on.. odd huh!

so Bobs check ure email hope ure not usign mine!!

Thanks, Nick
 
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That is wierd because I always get messages when someone replies to one of my
posts and I didn't this time.
 

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