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Problem deleted roaming profiles on terminal servers virtualized server

Posted by jl on December 27 2011th

Hello everyone

Today we will talk about a problem that arose us deleting profiles to virtualize Terminal Server servers. The environment we had was an NLB physical terminal server cluster where domain users are connected to access an application and once closed the session profile session erased. Of the farm are virtualized several with no problem, but after a few days we realize that it is increasing the disk space occupied and are not automatically deleting the roaming profiles of users when they disconnect from the remote session.

The cause of roaming profiles are not deleted is that by doing the installation of vmtools option is installed Shared Folders and it makes it can not delete the file hgfs.dat inthe route found C: \ Documents and Settings \ usuario.000 \ Local Settings \ Application Data \ VMware

This can be solved by uninstalling the option of SharedFolders of vmtools or go on the server to the registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SYSTEM \ CurrentControlSet \ Control \ NetworkProvider \ Order \ y delete the value vmhgfs

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Once done, provided that users have logged into the server can delete all profiles, reboot the server and the next time users log are automatically delete the roaming profile.

One thing to keep in mind is that each time we update the version of the vmtools, and especially if we do it in an automated manner, for example using the update manager of virtual center, we have to repeat this process.

Until next time

Greetings and happy holidays

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Posted by how to, terminal Server, VMware | 1 Comment »

Migrate user profiles to new domain with User Profile Wizard

Posted by Alex Nalda 12th on December 2011

Hello everyone,

Today I am going to explain something really useful and wonderful, especially for system administrators who have to migrate user profiles from either workgroup or another domain.

Well, let's start:

As businesses grow, the information technology must also change. Surely you need to join multiple domains in a single Active Directory or move a Novell network to a Windows domain or it may be that you need to join a Windows domain certain machines for the first time with the consequence that Windows will create a new profile in the domain and all your data no longer belong to that profile. Until now it was a tedious job because you had to copy all the data from the old profile new domain profile to ... and today time is money ... .but thanks to the tool that I will show, this task will be done in Within minutes, something really wonderful and will save many headaches.

The exact function of this tool is that it is a migration tool that will connect your computer to the domain and share original user profile with all its settings for the new domain profile.

The tool in question is called ForensiT User Profile Wizard and here's the tutorial:

First of all we have to include the team in the new domain (dcho My Computer button. - Properties - Computer Name - Change and enter the domain name).

IMPORTANT: Under no circumstances have to login with the new domain user before using the above tool. Simply log in with the administrator account locally and the new domain but never with the user profile of the new domain.

Immediately afterwards click on the ejectuble ProfWiz.exe and we will welcome screen: Megacrack read »

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Posted by Active Directory, microsoft | 1 Comment »

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