error when logging onto NT domain

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hhendrix

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We have users who are using NT 4.0. When logging onto the domain, they receive the error: "Operating system was not able to create a temporary profile directory. Please contact your Network Administrator (112))." Logged onto the workgroup first and created everything, but it still does not work. Any suggestions?
 

hhendrix

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This is happening on 3 different machines. Just found that out. Should I delete the dat file and try again????
The link didn't work. All I got was a blank page...:(
 

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k...tried everything in the article and now I receive error "Cannot load locally stored profile. New local profile will be created (1017)." After I hit OK on that one, I receive the one from before (the 112). These things just do not want to allow these users to use them...:(
 
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I am not sure what to do. I did a lot of research and came up with very little. The code 112 is usually a disk full error. How much free disk space is available? Maybe someone else has an idea what else to try.
 

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Apparently the OS was installed wrong. I finally gave up and reinstalled and everything works fine now. Thanks so much for your help!
 
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