If a Roaming Profile policy is assigned to a user, the policy fails if the user profile is stored on Linux or NetWare Home Directory. This is because the registry hive of the user profile does not have permissions to load the profile to other devices. If a default profile already exists at a shared location, you need to configure the permissions for the default profile registry hive.
For more information, see TID 7007207 in the Novell Support Knowledgebase.
At the shared location, run regedit to open the Registry Editor.
If the shared location is on a Netware or Linux device, map the location from a Windows device and open the Registry Editor on the Windows device.
Select, then click .
Open the NTUSER.DAT file from the default profile folder.
The NTUSER.DAT file might be hidden. To unhide the file:
Open the default profile folder in Windows Explorer.
In the Load Hive dialog box, specify thefor the hive. For example, Vista.
Right-click thehive, then click .
Ensure that the following groups or usernames have Full Control permissions:
Select theoption and click , then click .
Ensure to unload the hive. To unload the hive, select theregistry hive that you created, then click .