If you have a roaming profile and receive either of the following messages and/or Event ID 1000 when logging in from Windows NT:
Your roaming profile is not available, the operating system is
attempting to log you on with your local profile. <error #>
The update of your roaming profile failed. Please contact your Network
Administrator. <error #>
the value of the <error #> should lead you to a resolution. Here are some common ones:
|error||M e a n i n g||R e s o l u t i o n|
|2||The system can't find the mandatory profile.|| Insure that the user's profile path is pointing to the locatation
of their NTuser.man.
|32||The profile is in use by another process.||Log the other process off.|
|53||The network path to the profile can not be found.||Resolve any name resolution or network connectivity issues.|
|67||The network name can not be found.||Verify that the path listed is correct.|
|71||The server that houses the profile is out of connections.||Verify that the server has the necessary number of licenses.|
|1385|| The user does not have the right to access
the machine from the network.
|Grant the right to the user or appropriate group.|