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Error Terminal Services User Profiles keep loading as Temporary?

Error Terminal Services User Profiles keep loading as Temporary?

Error Terminal Services User Profiles keep loading as Temporary?

Hi all

First Post, so hopefully I got it in the right forum.
Has anyone ever encountered an issue on Server 2012 where profiles keep loading as temporary? We have a Cluster of 9 servers where our user and admin profiles keep on being created as Temporary profiles. We have done the ".bak" deletion of the SID's from registry and deleted the profile SID as well. First login thereafter is perfect, the second login however is once again temporary. RDS Terminal Server Farm, No NLB, Session Broker only. Group Policies have been checked and all correct. Sharepoint 2013 and IE 10 is also installed. Only other issue we have here is a the sharepoint 2013 issue with regards to windows explorer and IE10(open with Windows Explorer option from sharepoint in IE) which we have tried to install the hotfix and that has failed as not applicable(Ms states otherwise).

Any help with the profile issue would be great as I am ready to tear my hair out in frustration already. Thanks in advance for the help guys.

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