I have just reviewed the steps given to me by my Network Admin for enrolling a new user in A/D and I can't believe it's this complicated and requires this many steps. The summary steps are : 1. On the A/D server open the A/D users and computers 2. Add the user entering his name, username, password, and group memberships. 3. Create User shared folder on File server with MD \FileServerusers%username% 4. Select new folder properties, sharing tab. 5. Select Permissions, Everyone, Full Control. 6. Select Security Tab, then advanced button. uncheck Allow interitable permissions and copy option. 7. On Security tab, remove domain user and everyone. add the %username% with full control. 8. Select Advanced button, Owner tab and give ownership to Administrator Profile. 9. Log onto a Terminal Server, which creates Profile folder, My Documents, and other application folders. 10. Return to File Server, Select User Shared Folder Properties, Security tab, Advanced button, Ownership Tab, then take give ownership to Administrator as the ownership of the share and sub folders transferred to the user. We are running Win Server 2008 R2 A/D and Win Server 2003 file server. We are a small company with 250 users. I can't believe it's this difficult to create a profile or that larger companies have to spend this much time creating profiles. Any ideas or suggetions are appreciated.
Software/Hardware used: Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2003
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