Target disk mode would be pointless because when you are logged in, you can access any file (if you have the admin password). The issue only appears to be affecting one of our domain users when they try to log on to a Windows 7 or Server 2008(Terminal Server) machine. Log on with another administrative account 3. e. his comment is here
SO, I had booted into Safe Mode, renamed the folder, and upon reboot, Poof!, I was booting into a temporary profile when trying to log into that user. To determine whether an account is active or not, follow this: a. Copy wherever you wish, like your desktop. Friday, January 15, 2010 6:27 PM Answers 3 Sign in to vote Hello,Do you still get the message "'preparing your desktop" when re-login to Windows? https://discussions.apple.com/thread/1907513?start=0&tstart=0
From Thomas_77 or Michael Paxton? Delete the registry key matching your SID from "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList". I usually can figure things out with other peoples help but for some reason, I am not doing well on this one! help By Byron in forum OS X - Operating System Replies: 3 Last Post: 05-14-2006, 06:32 AM Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You
My profile is admin ... I would take great care in using this and as MisterKeeks says, don't blame him or jbarley if catastrophe occurs.Click to expand... I have to do this at home all of the time. good info thou! "Your all just soo smart" :batman: Reply With Quote 02-09-2006,07:54 AM #5 inflexion View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since Jan 12, 2005 Location /home/sheffield/UK Posts 1,278 Specs:12"
The following three scenarios may have occurred in such cases: A user profile exists in storage but it has disappeared. The latest and greatest is Thunderbird 31.4.0. I'm designing a no-data USB cable : How should the end be marked? Second step says "Copy the profile folder to where you want to store it.
Check the article below and start with step 4. The easiest way to create home folder with your desired name is to make a new account with the name that you want then delete the old one Apple, think different BTW I LOVE COPY CLONER MacinDan said: ↑ If your address book is from Apple's Address Book.app then the data is in /Users/yourusername/Library/Application Support/AddressBook. In some cases, the profile exists in the hard disk but it just does not appear at the Welcome screen or in the User Accounts folder in the Control Panel.
b. http://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/165074/changed-username-broke-everything If this will delete the profile that I wanted to recover in the first place, then you are actually killing the sick, instead of curing him. Change Home Directory Mac Proposed as answer by Dmitry Bond Friday, October 12, 2012 7:53 AM Wednesday, March 03, 2010 8:18 PM 1 Sign in to vote I have the same exact problem, Michael. How To Change Admin Name On Mac El Capitan There are two possible paths you can take here, both depending on your still being able to perform admin functions.
Best of luck on your paper! this content Mac OS X (10.5.1) Posted on Feb 15, 2009 11:16 AM Reply I have this question too Q: I changed my username and lost all files....BUT Hide Question All replies Helpful My mistake. User jbarley posted this a while ago. Apple Support
christ1 Top 10 Contributor 1562 solutions 11068 answers Posted 2/1/15, 1:00 PM Ok, when talking about the profile folder, this is a folder in the file system. Thanks! Till then more tips and tricks needed. weblink The user name at the Welcome screen doesn’t match with the one in the Task Manager.
Tuesday, September 25, 2012 3:24 PM 0 Sign in to vote check to see if the users are in the domain guests or guests group in Active directory. https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1044252#answer-684724 As said before, you already created a profile by simply starting Thunderbird. ''I am so confused!'' Not sure why it's so difficult to follow a link. See Step 4, "Perform cache cleaning" in our "Resolving Disk, Permission, and Cache Corruption" FAQ.
A new value item will be created and will be shown on the screen. christ1 Top 10 Contributor 1562 solutions 11068 answers Posted 2/1/15, 6:01 AM Locate the profile of your new Thunderbird installation, i.e. Without more information, my best guess would be that you changed your username by going to System Preferences→Users & Groups, right clicking on your account and choosing "Advanced Options". Not the answer you're looking for?
Did you rename the 'Home Folder" (Looks like Image? Sunday, November 02, 2014 2:18 AM 0 Sign in to vote Mr Arthur_Li, The fact that you are affiliated with Microsoft, and that you tagged this as the answer, I was Sunday, November 11, 2012 8:57 PM 0 Sign in to vote Hey Michael Thank you very much for above resolution points. check over here Also, in the 'john' Windows account there is a Thunderbird profile 'C:\users\john\appdata\roaming\thunderbird\wmekpsyz.default'.
Optional but recommended: perform a full Cache Cleaning if you have previously installed a tool which can perform Cache Cleaning. I'm still not sure why this was so difficult. At that time these users had been added to security group which prevented their profile from being saved in Windows 7 professional. it really worked and issue is resolved and i also have the same concern: "Why does this happen at all?" Friday, June 07, 2013 2:08 PM 0 Sign in to vote
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