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  • EVent ID 109 and 1000

    Hi, I have users getting these errors when they log in. They are able to access their redirected home folders.


    Event ID 109
    Failed to read redirection settings for policy Default Domain Policy. The following error occurred while accessing the initialization file:
    Access is denied.

    Event ID 1000
    The Group Policy client-side extension Folder Redirection was passed flags (0) and returned a failure status code of (5).

    Any idea what I have done wrong?

    Regards

    Davej

  • #2
    already searched for you're errors on: www.eventid.net ?
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Dumber
      already searched for you're errors on: www.eventid.net ?
      I wasn't aware that this was a pre-requisite for posting here but since you ask yes I have and I get this answer

      "This feature is only available to EventID.Net subscribers."

      Thanks for replying though

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      • #4
        Well, it is not a pre-requisit for posting here but a suggestion. In any case, you do not need to be a suscriber. You can read the articles here:

        For the event ID 1000

        http://www.eventid.net/display.asp?e...nv&phase=1

        For the event ID 109

        http://www.eventid.net/display.asp?e...on&phase=1

        Good luck

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        • #5
          and below you find the Q numbers which can be find with microsoft.
          Marcel
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          • #6
            ok, I have had a look at eventid.net and with this information

            "Error: "Access is denied." - From a newsgroup post: "Check the permisions on the folder redirection policy folder. You should also verify that the fdeploy.ini is in the folder under {policyguid}\user\documents and settings. If it's missing or if the permisions on it are to restrictive you may receive this error." See also the link to error code 5. "

            I have gone to C:\WINDOWS\SYSVOL\Domain and found a bunch of folders with names like

            {6AC1786C-016F-11D2-945F-00C04fB984F9}

            they each have a fdeploy.ini in them although the contents are different - I'm not sure I want to go changing anything in here.......do I?

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            • #7
              Re: EVent ID 109 and 1000

              I see that this is a fairly old post, but after tearing my hair out for 3 days on this I finally found a solution and thought I ought to pass it along in the event someone else stumbles on this post via a Google search or as a member of this group.

              I was experiencing the same situation after changing a "My Documents" Group Policy redirection from server to another. The redirection worked on my Windows XP Professional clients, but all of my Windows 2000 Profession machines showed the same errors mentioned in this post: Event ID 109 and 1000, with the "access denied" claim.

              What I found the issue to be was that the cached .ini file on the Win2k machines related to the redirection did not match the .ini file in the SYSVOL folder on the DC's. XP SP2 fixes this issue, but to get the fix from Microsoft for Win2k you have to ask Microsoft for it.

              Check out the KB at: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/824428 for more info.

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              • #8
                Re: EVent ID 109 and 1000

                I've come across a similar problem not long ago and the culprit was the folder permissions. This may not be the case in your scenario but its worth double checking.

                Good luck
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                • #9
                  Re: EVent ID 109 and 1000

                  The KB fix from Microsoft fixed the problem. I had spent days combing through permissions to no avail - GPO security, SYSVOL permissions, etc. I finally determined that permissions had nothing to do with the issue, as a user could log onto Windows XP and have folder redirection be successful. The same user, using the same credentials, when logging onto a Win2k box, would end up with the 2 event codes and a "My Documents" folder still pointing to the old location.

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                  • #10
                    Re: EVent ID 109 and 1000

                    Thanks for posting that info Andrew. Though an old there (newly revived), someone should find it useful. Greatly appreciated.
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