Here is event id 1504 and 1509 for one of the user's experiencing the problem...these errors come up when this particular user tries to log on. Our current version is 5.2. I am using McAfee as my virus & firewall for all the client computer + the Server. I've checked the share and NTFS permissions of the "profiles$" folder on the server and everyone has full control.
If this problem persists, contact your network administrator. If anyone knows of any fixes please let us know. This workaround is much easier than re-creating the profile, but it's just a workaround. c.
Reply ron September 29, 2015 at 15:54 # I reapplied permissions to that folder ( c:\users\defualt ) and it fixed the problem for me. Ive checked the permissions which are all correct but he is getting errors replationg to shared objects through his profile. January 13th, 2011 10:49pm I've got exactly the same problem on multiple user accounts. Event Id 1504 Roaming Profile This always happens on my domain controllers and sometimes on Windows 2003 member servers.
The problem happens on WIndows 7 clients wich host there profile on a dfs share. in the online control pannel you can change the policy voor virus and spyware 1) Lower the artemis level to low 2) Select “report” for all PUPs. b. https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/asiatech/2014/01/29/new-user-gets-event-1509-after-deploying-ie91011-through-sccm/ Not applicable in my situation due to my issue was coming from a domain thing.
DETAIL - Access is denied. Event Id 1509 User Profile Access Denied The error says that the user doesn't have acces to this specified cookie. This was followed by EventID 1515 from source Userenv and EventID 1511 from source Userenv. You need to get a fix from Mcafee for this.
If anyone knows of any fixes please let us know. Many of out users that login to a workstation that they do not already have a profile on, is getting the message "The User Profile Service failed the logon. Event Id 1509 Windows Cannot Copy File Access Is Denied This solution will benefit many other users who access this forum. Kb2963211 I have a small suspect on that as well!
I will not look for that file and delete it and see if I can use the original default user profile again. I also excluded the shares profile folder on the server for my online back-up: For Windows 7: F:Profile**AppDataRoamingMicrosoftWindowsCookies For Windows XP: F:profile**Cookies Also the shared UNC path is excluded: For Windows copied the C:\Users\Default over the network and it performed the charm. I hard-coded the size to 4Gb considering that Microsoft suggested anything larger could lead to memory fragmentation. Event Id 1500 User Profile Service Access Denied
Privacy statement © 2016 Microsoft. This was most likely the culprit, but the other options are good to implement anyway. Reply Tom May 5, 2014 at 01:00 # I have been working on this issue for the past two to three hours and you saved the day, Thank you Very much! http://txtbl.com/event-id/application-error-1005-windows-cannot-access-the-file.html Was a bit skeptical because I had this issue on live Exchange 2013 servers.
I'm thinking there is something to do with the wireless network stack not coming up fully, but it must be up to some degree or it wouldn't allow the logon process Error 1509 Expedia Reply Artur says: September 13, 2015 at 7:00 am Try using Long Path Tool program. Possible causes of this error include network problems or insufficient security rights.
Can I send you my e-mail and you send me the fix to this McAfee's problem ? There aren't any policies set which should be able to interfere. A recent (Jan 2014) Windows update appears to create a couple of new files in the Default profile structure. Event Id 1540 Reply Swapnil December 15, 2015 at 01:54 # It worked.
This morning we started receiving reports of users with roaming profiles having trouble logging onto their XP machines. When a user tries to log in they get an error message stating: "Windows cannot copy file C:\Documents and Settings\username\Cookies\filename.txt to location \\servername\profiles$\username\Cookies\filename.txt. Default Profile Corrupt Logon is not possible, either, if the default profile's NTUSER.DAT file is nonexistent or corrupt. Because ususally even the admin dont have permission to access each profile folders.
This workaround is much easier than re-creating the profile, but it's just a workaround. In SetACL Studio this looks as follows: The permissions for SYSTEM and Administrators are not relevant, but if for some reason the user logging on does not have read permissions on I added the perm and can now logon. Finally, i would also make it a habit of cleaning up stale user profiles (delprof.exe).
Reply Ray November 21, 2014 at 19:20 # Thank you for this article. Reply Jef-F July 29, 2016 at 18:24 # After trying many intricate methods, yours worked like a charm! If reports of this type of problem stop I will certainly be on the phone with Mcafee to find out what is going on. copied the files back locally and it worked.
How does it happen? but in vain. Hi, How did you delete the cookies on the server. I went into the regedit and it is still listed but not showing up on boot up.
See example of private comment Links: User Profile Hive Cleanup Service, EventID 1511 from source Userenv, EventID 1515 from source Userenv Search: Google - Bing - Microsoft - Yahoo - EventID.Net We’ve understood how this problem happens, here comes the solutions of this problem. Any idea? DETAIL - The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process.
Is adding the ‘tbl’ prefix to table names really a problem? Is that something related to this?