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Can you please help make it go away. If you haven't applied Service Pack 4 then try that before anything else. Contact your administrator. Go to the RealVNC or VNC program group (depending on your version) and run the "unregister the VNC server service".2. Source

If this condition persists please verify that both this server and server "" are properly configured to use Kerberos authentication. If you have a roaming > > > profile, your settings are not replicated. IP address: Subnet: External IP address: Device: vmnet. The local computer may not have the necessary registry information or message DLL files to display messages from a remote computer.

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Gin, Nov 25, 2003 #15 Rick Guest All it takes is a (free) call to MS to get these patches. If you have a roaming profile, your settings are not replicated. Details: ------------------------------ Access is denied Event Type: Error Event Source: Userenv Event Category: None Event ID: 1000 Description: Windows cannot log you on because the profile cannot be loaded. After almost a whole year.http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;327194 RE: Windows cannot unload your registry file.

  1. It turns out that one of the people suggested taking off TightVNC (uninstalling).
  2. JG, Nov 18, 2003 #5 Rick Guest The problem is with the Spooler service, SPOOLSV.EXE.
  3. Source: Microsoft Internet Explorer Type: Error Description:Faulting application iexplore.exe, version , faulting module , version , fault address
    . 12 Comments for event id 1000 from source Microsoft Internet Explorer
  4. RE: Windows cannot unload your registry file.
  5. The typical support costs will apply to additional support questions and issues that do not qualify for the specific update in question.The English version of this fix has the file attributes
  6. Even after this, there are a few accounts that still have problems where the registry hive is not unloaded.
  7. Once AWHOST32.EXE is shut down, the registry unloads just fine.
  8. jasonboyes (IS/IT--Management) 3 Jan 03 00:24 I have had this problem with a PC administrator account and have not resolved it yet. (I just lock the screen and do not log

MountainNetworks (IS/IT--Management) 30 Jun 03 21:08 I am using roaming profiles.To make life more interesting, i'm loading roaming profiles over a VPN type of WAN.Screaming yet? Event id 1000 from source VMware NAT Service has no comments yet. Rick has suggested that the problem is caused by the Spooler service, and apparently turning off/fixing the spooler does clear this up for some, but it didn't solve the problem in Uphclean Download Windows 7 Using TS allows you to have two sessions logged on at once, so OH remains active when you log off one of the sessions and thus keeps monitoring/recording the open handles.

number).Stopping the spooler service solves the problem.It seems like a network problem, but disconnecting the network or turning off the network printer have no effect.I think installing Windows Media Player 9 Uphclean Windows 2008 R2 We're still searching for the answer. Read through the suggestions to see if any apply/help. RE: Windows cannot unload your registry file. 2 rosieBsDad (TechnicalUser) 3 Jun 03 11:07 Hello All,I have a new twist to this problem.

The backup files of the old (pre-conversion) database have not been removed from "c:\winsbackup". User Profile Hive Cleanup Service Server 2008 RE: Windows cannot unload your registry file. Windows cannot unload your registry file. So download Service pack 4 and it should resolve this issue.

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Athena02116 (MIS) 7 May 03 17:34 I thought I'd post this up - hopefully this will assist some people and stop others (like myself) from banging their heads against the wall. All rights reserved. User Profile Hive Cleanup Service Windows Xp The local computer may not have the necessary registry information or message DLL files to display messages from a remote computer. User Profile Hive Cleanup Service Windows 7 thats not a fix...its a workaround ...

RE: Windows cannot unload your registry file. this contact form You'll see you're not alone. I managed to get a copy of UPHCLEAN and it was the NALNTSERVICE & SPOOLER that was holding the HKCU in the registry open. Error: 2 Comments for event id 1000 from source MsiInstaller Source: MsiInstaller Type: Information Description:Product: -- Installation operation completed successfully. 1 Comment for event id 1000 from source Uphclean Windows 7

GaryK "JG" <> wrote in message news:e3cW%... > Gary Karasik wrote: > > > Go to www.eventid.net and look up error 1000 userenv. The local computer may not have the necessary registry information or message DLL files to display messages from a remote computer. Event id 1000 from source Dynamics Client has no comments yet. have a peek here A lot of attempts have been made but no luck.

Windows will automatically try to use the backed up profile the next time this user logs on. Uphclean Windows 10 Gary Karasik, Nov 18, 2003 #9 Rick Guest "Gary Karasik" wrote in message news:... > > Rick has suggested that the problem is caused by the Spooler service, and > If you're on SP3, either uninstall the Q329170 hotfix, or apply SP4, or simply expand & copy SP4's version of SPOOLSV.EXE into your SP3 installation: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q814770 -- Microsoft released another security

Bulk (TechnicalUser) 2 Jan 03 23:39 Thank you for the responses.I believe these sites refer to people that are using roaming profiles.I neglected to make clear that I am not using

Since this mentions roaming profiles, do you think it would cause terminal server clients problems connecting each time? A lot of attempts have been made but no luck. No charge for the help. Uphclean Server 2003 Join our community for more solutions or to ask questions.

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However, if you see event ID 1524, the Backup has not run. Additionally, you may receive one or more of the following event messages in the application event log, depending Source: Microsoft Development Environment Type: Error Description:Faulting application devenv.exe, version , faulting module , version , fault address

. 1 Comment for event id 1000 from source Microsoft Development Environment Source: If no joy there--this is one of the most persistent and annoying and hard-to-resolve problems in all of MS's post-NT4 OSes--email and ask for a copy of UPHCLEAN.EXE. RE: Windows cannot unload your registry file. 2 DDILL (MIS) 20 Aug 03 15:52 Here goes...I have been working this problem for some time and can hopefully shed some light on

CAUSE=====This problem may occur if both of the following conditions are true: - You have Windows 2000 Professional installed on your computer. -and-- You install the update that is documented in xmasam (TechnicalUser) 14 Apr 03 04:19 "Saving settings" during shutdown took 1 minute and error event ID 1000 got generated. Noid Platinum Member Joined: Sep 20, 2000 Messages: 2,056 Likes Received: 0 For those of you who are suffering from long shutdown times... Windows XP and Windows Server 2003Event Type: Error Event Source: Userenv Event Category: None Event ID: 1517 Description: Windows saved user ComputerName\UserName registry while an application or service was still using

Contact your network administrator. Ignoring host MAC address: . If you have a roaming > > > profile, your settings are not replicated. BekendeVlaming (Programmer) 6 Feb 03 17:26 Have the same problem, but only with certain (non-roaming)accounts.Very weird indeed.You could create yourself a new account to get rid of the timeout (for those

The error: "" Happened while starting this command: 1 Comment for event id 1000 from source DCOM Source: DefaultDomain Type: Error Description:Could not create menus System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not DETAIL - . 6 Comments for event id 1000 from source Userenv Source: Userenv Type: Error Description:Windows cannot copy your profile because it contains encrypted files or directories. Internal error: .