Start menu issue with roaming profile and search button .

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       #11

    Elie Akl said:
    Do exactly how I tell you .
    Create an empty folder and share it with full rights to authenticated users .
    Next navigate to active directory users and computers create an empty OU and create a user in the OU.
    Next right click properties on the user and navigate to profile tab in the profile tab add the profile path as stated : \\pcname\sharedfoldername\anyname
    Do not add .v5 at the end of anyname .
    Next logon to any PC Windows 10 connected to the domain make a small Change like anything then logoff the profile folder should be created in the shared directory automatically with the extension .v5
    Waiting your reply
    I did it how you described it. The first time no folder was created. When i did this with windows 7 - no problem.
    After two hours i tried it again and now it worked with Windows 10 Education. I can't explain that.
    Now i have to set the correct rights to this folder and then i will try next week if i can use this as a default roaming profile with a correct start menu.

    Thanks a lot.
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  2. Posts : 7
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       #12

    braunM said:
    I did it how you described it. The first time no folder was created. When i did this with windows 7 - no problem.
    After two hours i tried it again and now it worked with Windows 10 Education. I can't explain that.
    Now i have to set the correct rights to this folder and then i will try next week if i can use this as a default roaming profile with a correct start menu.

    Thanks a lot.
    I suggest you try it with Enterprise version
    Good luck .
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