by: Helge, published: Apr 2, 2009, in

New Articles on User Profiles in the Microsoft Knowledge Base (March 2009)

This is a collection of new MS KB articles related to Windows user profiles.

Roaming user profiles are ignored if the network connection to the remote server that stores the roaming user profile is slow

How to prevent profile creation on server even when an encypted file is copied in plain text mode

Profile path not applied to users when logging across cross forest

When you log on to a Windows XP-based computer that is running version 10.200 of the Citrix ICA client, Windows XP may create a user profile instead of loading your cached profile

Installers running in Terminal Server may not copy all per-user Default settings to each user’s HKCU hive.

Error message when requesting a user certificate on a Windows Server 2008 or a Windows Vista client: “The certificate request cannot be created. The profile for the user is a temporary profile.”

The Home Folder may be mapping incorrectly when logging on to a Windows XP-based computer

A roaming profile user experiences a long delay during the logon or logoff process of a Windows Vista-based or a Windows Server 2008-based client computer in a WAN environment

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