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It means your roaming profile in server is missing.
please tell me do you have roaming profile in domain or not.

Posted on May 06, 2010

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You have been logged on with a temporary profile. You cannot access your files and files created in this profile will be deleted when you log off. To fix this, log off and try logging on later. Please


Under assumptions your are trying to logon to a networked machine which requires that PC to contact a server to download your account.

now if this PC has been disconnected from the network but still has your temporary user profile stored on it, you can still log on but only as a temp user.

to solve this make sure your connected to the network either through wireless or wired.

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USER PROFILE WILL NOT LOAD


This is way too vague a problem description to be able to even make a suggestion.

What kind of Laptop?
What operating system?
Any problems getting to the login screen?
Are you able to log in, but not load the profile; or not log in at all?
Is this after starting a machine that was off, after logging off and back on, or when trying to switch users?
Are you logging on with a local account or a domain/network account?
How many profiles are on the PC?
How much space is available on the HDD?
Does it load a temporary profile, or just error-out?

Nov 29, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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When i log in to my computer, i am been given a temporary profile,how can i return to my user profile


Windows has a roaming profiles if you are on a networked computer. Change it back to local if you have rights and not on a work PC. Right click My Computer > Properties > Advanced > User Profiles > Settings. Highlight the profile and Change Type.

Nov 01, 2012 | Advent Computers & Internet

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How do I fix error 571 on my 9800 monarch ticket machine using my loftware 32 design ticket?


If you are getting error 571 from Nebraska Book Company's WinPrism inventory control system, File --> System Settings --> set the Receipt Type to 8-1/2 X 11. It seems irrelevant but it works.

Another possible resolution to the problem is to remove the Windows (XP, 7, 8, 10) profile of the offending user:

0. Login as the offending user and backup anything they want to keep, like browser bookmarks/favorite or documents on the desktop.
1. Log into Windows as a local administrator.
2. Control Panel --> User Accounts --> select the offending user --> Remove.
3. Restart.
4. Log into Windows as a local administrator.
5. Delete C:\Users\offending_user
6. The following is necessary to avoid a "temporary profile" error: Regedit.exe HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE --> Software --> Microsoft --> Windows NT --> Current Version --> ProfileList --> select each entry until you find the one with a ProfileImagePath of C:\Users\offending_user and delete it.
7. Control Panel --> User Accounts --> add the user.
8. Login as the offending user, add the printer, and now it should work.

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XP problem


It means your roaming profile in server is missing.
please tell me do you have roaming profile in domain or not.

May 03, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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Roaming profile error when I log on with my hnah\3500018 id.


how to solve Windows cannot find the local profile and is logging you on with a temporary profile. Changes you make to this profile will be lost when you log off.

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My lg computer is not switching on onto the local profile. Instead, it creates a temporary profile everytime I switch it on. And all the data I save in this profile is lost when I turn the computer off....


I think that you're best chances are to restore the windows to a previous good configuration. The process depends on the type of windows you have. If you need further information, please tell me which type of windows you have.

Mar 02, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Windows cannot locate the server copy of your roaming profile and is attempting to log you on with your local profile. Changes to the profile will not be copied to the server when you logoff. Possible...


When you "logon" to your local network, your computer is configured to fetch your "desktop" (My Documents and wallpaper and everything else) from a "server" computer on your network.

Was your "logon" to the local "domain-server" a successful login?
Does your local Network Administrator indicate that the "domain-server" is functioning properly?
Does that server's log-file show any error-messages, such as "not allowed to login between 10 PM and 6 AM" (a "security" setting on the server).

Since your "desktop" could not be loaded from the domain-server,
your computer has used a "local" copy of your "desktop",
and it is warning you that any changes will *NOT* be "merged" back to your "network" profile.

Have you contacted you local Network Administrator? What did she say?

May 25, 2009 | D-Link Computers & Internet

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Windows can?t load locally stored profile,


Go into safe mode at start up, log in as administrator, and do a system restore. Pressing F8 at start up will take you to safe mode.

Jul 04, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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