|Subject:||Re: Windows Server 2008 Standard - Administrator's Account Not Functioning|
|Posted by:||Meinolf Weber [MVP-DS] (meiw…@gmx.de)|
|Date:||Tue, 28 Apr 2009|
What kind of installation was done when you start the server, from install
disk or unattended?
Any error during installation?
Was there an error during the first 3 month, your statement is not clear
in that point?
Is there a folder in the C:\users for the administrator account?
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> I have a new installation with the Windows Server 2008 Standard
> operating system. During the first 3 months I could login with the
> Administrator's account that was created during the installation
> without any troubles. The machine always returns: "The User Profile
> service failed to logon. The profile cannot be loaded." Now I am not
> able to use this built-in Administrator's account. Trying to to do so,
> the system automatically logs off. That is whhy the safety admin
> accounts - it was clever to create them right after the first login
> with the built-in Administrator's account - must be used to login onto
> the machine, only.
> When trying to login with the built-in Administrator's account, series
> of events are being logged like this:
> 1. Event ID 1500, User Profile Service
> Windows cannot log you on because your profile cannot be loaded. Check
> you are connected to the network, and that your network is functioning
> DETAIL - The system cannot find the file specified.
> 2. Event ID 6004, Winlogon
> The winlogon notification subscriber <Profiles> failed a critical
> notification event.
> 3. Event ID 6001, Winlogon
> The winlogon notification subscriber <Sens> failed a notification
> 4. Event ID 6001, Winlogon
> The winlogon notification subscriber <Profiles> failed a notification
> I hardly can understand the first message "DETAIL - The system cannot
> find the file specified". What kind of file is it looking for? My
> server has a role of Active Directory Domain Services, DHCP Server,
> DNS Server, File Services, Network Policy and Access Services/Routing
> and Remote Access - no errors found about them in the Event Viewer, at
> Could somebody among you help with this issue without a need to
> reinstall the operating system from the scratch?
Windows Server 2008 Standard - Administrator's Account Not Functioning posted by Jozef Zvonar on Mon, 27 Apr 2009