I went in this morning and renamed all of the affected user's current Users folder and wiped all entries of that user's name in the ProfileList registry entry. So, some process has hung those user profiles on the server. This newly created admin account is a member of the following; domain users, domain admins, enterprise admins, schema admins. My impression is, that this problem is related to some sort of resource deficiency not physical resources, the server is well equipped to the current level of activity , so I have been chasing Registry size, memory management, paged and non-paged pool size etc. We will not talk about the detailed steps again here.
If this solution does not work, try the following solution. Do anyone know any solution to fix the problem completely? Any help would be much appreciated. Having removed that folder time and time again, I was faced with the above error. Bottom Line In conclusion, in order to fix a corrupted user profile issue, we have introduced 3 ways. And now, it is your turn to have a try. Many thanks in advance for your input.
So with no option to log on to the machine locally, I had to follow the steps below. Select New, and then select the option, Key. Then locate and click the following registry subkey. Just go on your reading. It seems that there is no profile or anything at all for the new user.
I'm thinking that perhaps the default user profile is missing on the server? Step 3: In the popup window, you need to go to the Advanced tab of System Properties window and click Settings under the User Profiles. What I can't find is the fix and the reason. You can set session times limits using group policy to force users to log off after they have been idle or disconnected for a certain amount of time. Since that is only happening to some users but not others, there's obviously some issue with those profiles. It should give you some errors to work on.
When a user login, the following error appears: The User Profile Service Service failed the logon. May it be some automatic update in case? Check that you are connected to the network, and that your network is functioning correctly. Therefore, the profile cannot be loaded. Step 6: You will see the Registry Editor window. The culprit turned out to be bad permissions on the default user profile.
I have taken the pc off the domain and re joined but made no difference. This is happening on all newly created admin accounts that I try to create. I am able to logon to other workstations with this 2nd created admin account but not on the domain controller itself. You may lose your data if you have not backed it up. User profile cannot be loaded.
And it is essential for you to know how to with the system backup image. One had the issue and the other didn't. Once the product update has been applied, you may receive Windows Security Center notifications about some stopped services, and this is expected behavior. In a past job, we had pretty generous session limits. I then changed the necessary file from. So as to the detailed operations for booting your computer into safe mode, you can refer to the first method. Exact cause is unknown, but this issue may occur if the user profile was manually deleted by using the command prompt or Windows Explorer by a user or by some program.
I am going to see if this resolves the issue for them. These instructions quickly resolved the profile login failure issue I was experiencing. Restart your computer and see if it has helped. Top Recommendation After you have successfully solved the issue user profile service failed, it is recommended to create a system image to protect your data and computer. On the other hand, you can also go to the Backup tab to choose what you want to back up and choose where you want to save the backup image by click Source tab and Destination tab. User Profile Cannot Be Loaded. Since there are multiple users having this issue, how can I troubleshoot this problem? What I have to do is go into the bad Windows 7 client, delete the user profile, then the user can log back in.
Hi guys I am running Microsoft Windows Server 2008r2 and Exchange 2010 on the same server cant afford 2 servers. Try user the local Users applet in the Control Panel to delete some test users from an affected system, then see if they can log on. This error may be caused by network problems or insufficient security rights. If you don't, then the user will get loaded on the machine in question with a temp profile until the registry entry for their profile has been removed manually. You can try to use one of them to solve the issue the user profile service failed the logon. Thanks soma Hi, Ran in to the same problem. I tried the solutions above but it didn't work.