[windows2000] Profiles

  • From: "Berger, Gunnar" <GBerger@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 29 Oct 2003 07:34:26 -0500

Hello all,

I'm guessing the majority of you out there use modprof.exe or newprof.exe to 
take care of your Outlook/Exchange issues.  I had this working myself at one 
point in time but for the past 4 months I have not been able to get this to 
work properly.  I use roaming TS profiles in my environment because my Citrix 
servers are load balanced.  However, it takes my users a little over 2 minutes 
to log on to the server.   I just bought new Citrix servers and I'm setting 
them up from scratch.  I need to get these things to work like they are suppose 
to, it used to take 10 seconds to log in and I need that type of response again.

Here is the really weird part, there is only one users on my network (me) that 
it responds correctly to.  It takes me only a few seconds to bring up a Citrix 
app.  I have checked my settings on the server (Active Directory) and they are 
the same as anyone else.  The only difference between myself and the rest of 
the users is I'm stuck with XP Home on my machine so it is not a part of the 
network.  I don't see how this could be related but maybe it is.  My standard 
setup for my workstations is Windows 2000 Pro.  This may be permissions related 
on my profiles but I'm not sure.  Ideally I wouldn't even have to use profiles, 
or I would use them and they would delete on log out.

I am at the point where if it cost money to fix these log on issues I am free 
to do it.  I found a program called Imanami OProfile not sure if that will take 
care of me or not.  If anyone has any insight to this please fill me in.  We 
have free reign to do whatever to these servers to make them work.


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