Rename AD User profile shows the old user name

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Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Windows Server 2003 error messages
After rename the user, in the server where his home folder is located, the security tab still shows the old user name, only in that server, if I add the user to the security tab in other server, works fine. What I need to do in order to solve the issue???  There is a cache to delete??

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windows server 2003

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Have u assigned home folder to this domain user which helps to store hs / her data in a central location on 2003 / 2003 itself assigns the default local home folder for same user. this also may use the same location as the my docs folder !!....
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