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We have an XP SP3 user with a corrupt profile. When logging in to it you get a blank desktop. When copying the files to another profile it works. What should I do? Will it be corrupted as well? What causes profile corruption?
We have a roaming profile that appears to have become corrupt, and needs tending to. I have worked with correcting corrupt user profiles on a Linux server, but not on a Windows Server 2003, in and Active Directory environment. Any thoughts, comments, best practices would be greatly...
Hello there, how do i resolve a problem with a corrupt user profile, in order to not lose any data