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    Dear All,

    We are having Windows 2008 R2 DC. The Domain Clients are xp/win 7.

    Whenever user login they get this message " The Recycle Bin on C:\ is corrupted. Do you want to empty the Recycle Bin for this drive". This message comes only after joining the client to the DC.

    We already tried the command "rd /s /q C:\$Recycle.bin" to solve the issue but still we are getting the message.Please let me know is there any solution to the above issue.

    Thanks,
    Ali.

  • #2
    Re: Corrupted Recyle Bin on Domain Clients

    is this message a "one off" or does it appear every time at logon?
    If you select "Yes", what happens?
    Do you have any other client OSes and if so, what happens with them?
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    • #3
      Re: Corrupted Recyle Bin on Domain Clients

      Ossian, we are having only XP / win 7 clients. The message occurs everytime the user login.

      Once we clicked the Yes, the message goes.

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      • #4
        Re: Corrupted Recyle Bin on Domain Clients

        try this thread:
        http://social.technet.microsoft.com/...-d31ed58080bf/


        post from MarinersKnoll


        otherwise - look at your GPOs. Are you possibly redirecting profiles?
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        • #5
          Re: Corrupted Recyle Bin on Domain Clients

          hi tehcamel,

          Thanks for the link, basically it seems I don't have solution to the problem.

          Please note the PC's I joined most of them were in workgroup, it was not part of any domain.

          Thanks,
          Mir Askari Ali.

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          • #6
            Re: Corrupted Recyle Bin on Domain Clients

            Some other guy had the same issue and fixed it here. Could be worth a look.
            http://www.howtogeek.com/forum/topic...d-in-windows-7
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            • #7
              Re: Corrupted Recyle Bin on Domain Clients

              Originally posted by miraskariali View Post
              hi tehcamel,

              Thanks for the link, basically it seems I don't have solution to the problem.

              Please note the PC's I joined most of them were in workgroup, it was not part of any domain.

              Thanks,
              Mir Askari Ali.
              your original post now makes no sense, becuase you state you have a 2008R2 Domain controller (thus lead me to beleive computers are joined to the domain and authenticate against the domain)
              In fact - you specifically state they are domain clients.

              Yet then you say they are all in a workgroup.
              So I'm confused about exactly what's going on.


              So, let's address this from another perspective.

              Since your computers are in workgroups, and not domain-authenticating, please try this:

              Create a new user name on one of the computers.
              Logon as that user, see if the problem exists.
              If it doesn't, great, we know it's a profile problem. Reset profiles for affected users
              If it does, then great, we know it's a system problem, look deeper. (but probably permissions related)

              The same concept applies to domain based:
              have a different user log on to a computer where the issue occurs - if it happens agian, it's a wider issue, otherwise it's to do with corrupted permissions or profiles.

              There is a solution, you simply aren't looking properly, aren't looking hard enough, or simply aren't understanding what you're looking at.
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              • #8
                Re: Corrupted Recyle Bin on Domain Clients

                Hi Tehcamel,

                Your suggested link "social.technet.microsoft.com/...-d31ed58080bf/" was rectifying problem when we use ADMT to migrate profile.

                To clear the doubt I mentioned, all our PC's were in workgroup (not domain clients) when we joined them to AD. Now all our PC's are domain clients and we manually move the workgroup profile to domain profile.

                I hope your doubt is clear now.

                Warm Regards,
                Ali.

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                • #9
                  Re: Corrupted Recyle Bin on Domain Clients

                  But the point is that you have migrated a profile (never mind how) and are now seeing the problem, so why not try the fix tehcamel pointed you to?

                  The fix is for the problem (corrupt recycle bin), and the fact that admt is mentioned as part of a solution is not really anything to do with it (really, ADMT is a shell over migwiz)
                  Tom Jones
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