Find User’s SID

Run following command:
wmic useraccount get name,sid

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admin on June 6th 2014 in IT, Windows, Windows Server

Administrator can’t access server Saved Profiles

To be able to open Server Saved Profiles from Users you need to take ownership over the folder and subfolders. After that you can add the Administrator Account to the NTFS permissions and give it full rights. After that it should workd.

If you want to solve this problem in advanced you can enable this GPO:
Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\System\ User Profiles\Add the Administrator security group to the roaming user profile share

After that the Administrator is able to acccess the profiles without the need of taking ownership.

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admin on September 8th 2011 in IT, Windows, Windows Server

Recreating Domain Profile in Windows 7

In Windows XP you could simply login as administrator and rename the profile folder. As soon as logged back in as this user everything was recreated. In Windows 7 and Vista it doesn’t work like this anymore. If you just delete or rename the profile folder and you try to log back in it is going to create you a temporary profile. To avoid that you need to open the registry.

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList

Search there for the profile you renamed or deleted and delete the folder. Reboot the computer and it should work again.

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admin on July 6th 2010 in IT, Windows, Windows Server

Default Domain Profile in Windows 7

1. Create a local user like Template
2. Login as this user and make all your adjustments
3. Best Restart your Computer
4. Login as Domain Administrator
5. Set your Explorer up so you can see all Hidden Files and Folder and System Files
6. Rename C:\Users\Default User in C:\Users\Default User Old
7. Rename your new Profile C:\Users\Template into C:\Users\Default User
8. Go to the Computer Settings [Windows Key+Break]
9. Go to the Users Profile and choose your Default User
10. Then click on Copy To and don’t forget to set the permissions to everybody 
11. IMPORTANT: Copy the file into %logonserver%\netlogon\Default User.v2 
      Don’t forget to put .v2 or you would just generate a profile for XP.

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admin on May 20th 2010 in IT, Windows, Windows Server




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