Roaming profiles work by copying the user's profile to the client computer on which the user logs on and when the user logs off the files are copied back to the Subscribe and never miss a single article.Tutorials and howtosCode, scripts and commandsOnline Tools Your Email ID * No spam, unsubscribe anytime Hire MePlease have a look at my evaluated skill set A bit of googling revealed that Windows 8 profiles aren't compatible with Windows Server 2008 R2. I reed on the microsoft web that´s a incompatibility.So my question is, the tutorial is gone work?Must regards.Reply Jesin A saysSeptember 23, 2016 at 12:12 am Hi Paulo,It has been a have a peek here
thanks!Reply Samaro Grandshow saysMarch 12, 2014 at 3:30 am Just tried the tutorial on "How to setup roaming user profiles in Windows Server 2008". Try this article - https://support.microsoft.com/en-in/kb/2887239Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Roaming profiles have the advantage of users have their personal settings and files available on all computers they login to. Expand Forest -> Domains -> yourdomain.com - > Group Policy Objects -> Right click domain policy -> edit. https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/kb/2462308
Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Get a wealth of information delivered to your inbox. Very empress.Thank you for posting this tutorial.Must regards.Reply Paulo saysSeptember 22, 2016 at 11:35 pm Hi I been tried to between WIndows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 8. But the only problem is increased network activity during logon and logoff. Click permissions and grant Full Control permissions for "Everyone".Set the profile path for the userGo to Start -> Administrative Tools -> Active Directory Users and Computers.
I was successful in achieving the desired outcome. Go to Start -> Administrative Tools -> Group Policy Management. But I don´t have sucess. User Profile Cleanup Service 2008 R2 In the group policy editor navigate toComputer Configuration -> Policies -> Administrative Templates -> System - > User ProfilesEnable Add the Administrators security group to roaming user profiles.
Right Click the folder, go to the sharing option, click advanced sharing, check "share this folder" option, enter the share name as Profiles$ (just add a dollar symbol to the end Group Policy Central Information about Group Policy for IT Administrators Menu Skip to content Home News Best Practices Tutorials Archives Preferences Files Setting of the Week Folder permissions and policies have to be configured properly to ensure the privacy of user files are maintained, while the administrator is able to have access to the user profiles.Configure Domain Go to the properties window of the required user, navigate to the Profile tab and enter the profile path as follows\\servername.domainname.com\Profiles$\%username% Set the network path as the profile path for the
Setting proper policies will ensure Administrators are able to view user profilesAdditionally you can enable Delete cached copies of roaming profiles which deletes the user profile's copy on client system when Set Path For Remote Desktop Services Roaming User Profile Not Working