Windows Xp Event Id 1525 Userenv
Event Type: Warning Event Source: Userenv Event Category: None Event ID: 1524 Date: 10/17/2003 Time: 9:46:05 AM User: DOMAINNAME\User1 Computer: STATION_131 Description: Windows cannot unload your classes registry file - it Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? If you have performance issue, you can consider moving the roaming profile or not using it. Do the users >have the appropriate >>> permissions on the share and the profile folders to >alter existing files? >>> -- >>> Matt Clapham >>> Microsoft Corporation >>> >>> This posting http://itivityglobal.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-event-id-11165.html
I haven't been able to tie down yet what is > happening. > > I have noticed in the event log when users logon that Userenv ID 1525: > Windows has It causes the machine to run very, very, very slow! Please contact the server AdministratorPhilEddies December 22, 2016 on Retro Bits: StarBall on the Atari STAndrew Pomianowski December 22, 2016 on Retro Bits: StarBall on the Atari STrahul sahu December 19,
Possibly related to level2 oplocks = yes in samba x 45 Perry H. Thanks for using Microsoft News Group! Click "Start", and then click "Control Panel". 2. I check before GP entries you mentioned which were covered in the MS doent, but Fast Network Logon isn't listed. -- Thanks, Stuart Mackie [MCP, MSP] [url]www.stu.uk.com[/url] "Doug Sherman [MVP]"
I now thought wonderful, > maybe my roaming profiles will work, but they don't :) > > I've taken one workstation and completely reisntalled it. Although you cannot set caching on Windows NT 4.0-based shares, Client Side Caching (CSC) interprets the lack of caching options as manual error event id 9, warning event id 51 6. read the full info here Jimmy, Dec 16, 2003 #6 Advertisements Show Ignored Content Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question?
The warning notifies administrators of this > > issue. > > > > You can ignore this warning. > > > > If you have performance issue, you can consider moving I also don't understand why the error is being > logged. We have noticed that the users profile is not > updating on the server on logoff, subsequently the main machine they use > contains the latest profile, while the roaming profile This can > permit profiles to be cached.
redirection of "My Documents" for each domain user to minimize the size of roaming user profiles), may show this event. See example of private comment Search: Google - Bing - Microsoft - Yahoo - EventID.Net Queue (2) - More links... Windows XP Beta 1 07-05-2004 09:34 AM Developed by Xeonext Web Solutions Contact Us Archive Top Copyright © 2005 - 2007 RealGeek.com. The file will be unloaded when it is no > longer in use. > > Event Type: Warning > Event Source: Userenv > Event Category: None > Event ID: 1525 >
I'm still having a nightmare getting Roaming Profiles to work :) I've found what was causing the Event ID 1525 Offiline Caching on the Roaming Profile error. his comment is here I haven't been able to tie down yet what is > > happening. > > > > I have noticed in the event log when users logon that Userenv ID 1525: Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. We have noticed that the users profile is not > updating on the server on logoff, subsequently the main machine they use > contains the latest profile, while the roaming profile
If users logon to a different machine and their older profile downloads from the server, when they next log into their 'regular' machine some different icons appear on the desktop of I have also enabled the FastUserSwitching HOTFIX in KB822786 to get rid of this error as well. StumpedTechy, Jul 12, 2005 #4 This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. http://itivityglobal.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-hangs-on-startup-after-the-windows-logo-shows.html Although no user had actually enabled offline caching on the folder that was causing the error to appear.
kbryan, Jul 12, 2005 #3 StumpedTechy Joined: Jul 7, 2004 Messages: 7,233 Just guessing but I would right click on your shared folder select the share tab and then go to For the Security error in the event log, it may be caused by that you have configured the audit policy to audit successful system events. I'm still having a nightmare getting Roaming Profiles to work :) I've > found what was > causing the Event ID 1525 Offiline Caching on the Roaming Profile error. > The
Each user has their own roaming profile and has access to modify it.
We have noticed that the users profile is not updating on the server on logoff, subsequently the main machine they use contains the latest profile, while the roaming profile stored on Although you cannot set caching on Windows NT 4.0-based shares, Client Side Caching (CSC) interprets the lack of caching options as manual caching. What is the role of Userenv? http://itivityglobal.com/windows-xp/repairing-windows-xp-without-cd.html The Share permissions for \\server\Users\Profiles\\ are Domain Users Full - Control -- Thanks, Stuart Mackie [MCP, MSP] [url]www.stu.uk.com[/url] "Stuart Mackie [MCP, MSP]"
I am wondering if the error message is spurious and is a legacy of the old NT¬†system in some way? 0 Cayenne OP KevinRitchey Jan 12, 2010 at Login here! But only after user1 logs in, logs off and User2 logs in without rebooting in between. You can either enable (click to > select) or disable (click to clear) the check box for client-side caching. > > The Caching option can also be enabled or disabled by
This can > > permit profiles to be cached. Jeff Smyrski, Oct 15, 2003 #1 Advertisements Ivan Sheng Guest Hi Jeff, SUMMARY ======= Userenv event 1525 may appear in the application event log: Event Type: Warning Event Source: Userenv Event I left the existing user profile that was created on the XP machine in tact, since this already had local favorites and settings etc etc. The time now is 10:44 AM.
I've installed general Office applications and got it up to a point where its reasonably complete. Double-click My Computer. 2. Sweetser This warning only shows up in the client's event log if the following 2 conditions are met: 1) You log on to a w2k domain using an XP client and I've installed > > general Office applications and got it up to a point where its reasonably > > complete.
Join Now I am getting the above warning warning on my server log files.¬† Everything is working fine though! Expand "Local Policies", and then expand "Audit Policy". 4. If you're having a computer problem, ask on our forum for advice. Have you made sure you've not mapped the shared drive to a network drive?¬† 0 Jalapeno OP StratlabEd Jan 12, 2010 at 8:15 UTC Have you disabled off-line
If > > > users logon to a different machine and their older profile downloads > from > > > the server, when they next log into their 'regular' machine some Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? home| search| account| evlog| eventreader| it admin tasks| tcp/ip ports| documents | contributors| about us Event ID/Source search Event ID: Event Source: Keyword search Example: Windows cannot unload your About Advertising Privacy Terms Help Sitemap × Join millions of IT pros like you Log in to Spiceworks Reset community password Agree to Terms of Service Connect with Or Sign up
No, create an account now. When I then logoff the roaming profile is not updated/merged onto the server. See ME325838 for more information about this event. I'm not sure if its slightly inconsistent either in the > > times that it updates, or the files/folders which are being updated.