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Old 01-05-2007
charlestek
 
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Windows cannot load the locally stored profile

Been getting event ID 1502 when I try to boot the Win 2003 server I use as a
workstation for software development. Ran chkdsk /r, no problems. Usually
if I reboot a few time, the problem goes away, and I login normally. This
started a few weeks ago. Sometimes it will be days between this cropping up
when booting.

I will note that I've been getting a lot of Windows desktop search errors,
but I've disabled indexing from my profile area.

Because of this article: F:\Documents and
Settings\Administrator\Desktop\ProfileProblems\thread-180344.php.htm

Citing: "How are user registry handles
"leaked"? Often by having a service run as the user's credentials."


Just now, I enabled user environment debug logging per
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/221833, and logged out and back in
(successfully, unfortunately).

ANY HELP WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED. THANKS, Phil

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