[OpenAFS] OpenAFS 1.7.8 Windows 7 User Profiles
Fri, 06 Apr 2012 21:16:35 +0200
2012-04-06 20:19 keltezéssel, John Perkins írta:
> You might want to change ACLs on Roaming.V2 folder to "system:anyuser
> rl" to see if you're running up against an issue with tokens not being
> obtained early enough. You probably should enable the integrated
> logon option if you haven't already (maybe you already have).
I have enabled integrated logon previously. Changed the acls for the
whole path to Roaming.V2 to have system:anyuser rl (this is a test
setup), still the same problem :-(
> On 04/06/2012 12:45 PM, Gémes Géza wrote:
>> In an attempt to test our schools planned XP->7 migration I've set up a
>> separate network with some virtual machines (one acting as a (Samba4)
>> KDC and Openafs pt vl and fileserver and one Windows 7 (64 bit) as a
>> client). I have installed kfw (64bit) netidmgr (64bit) openafs 1.7.8
>> (64bit + 32bit tools) on the windows box, and can access OpenAFS volumes
>> as expected.
>> One thing isn't working however: putting user profiles in AFS (that is
>> working well with XP on the production network). I have a testuser who
>> has its profilepath set as
>> \\afs\cellname\user\home\path\.Wprofile\Roaming. With the same setting
>> XP stores the profile under the specified path. Windows 7 creates
>> \\afs\cellname\user\home\path\.Wprofile\Roaming.V2 at logon as it is
>> expected, but then writes to the Eventlog:
>> Windows could not load your roaming profile and is attempting to log you
>> on with your local profile. Changes to the profile will not be copied to
>> the server when you log off. Windows could not load your profile because
>> a server copy of the profile folder already exists that does not have
>> the correct security. Either the current user or the Administrators
>> group must be the owner of the folder.
>> If I manually copy (as testuser) the Default User.v2 profile to
>> \\afs\cellname\user\home\path\.Wprofile\Roaming.V2 it gets ignored with
>> the same error message in the eventlog.
>> Please advise how to debug this.
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