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By markl ·
We have added a new windows professional workstation to a Windows 2000 server network.
When I log on I am getting the following message "Windows cannot log you on because the profile cannot be loaded contact your network administrator. Not enough storage is available to process this command"

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by Joseph Moore In reply to Profiles

Either there is not enough drive space on the drive the WINNT folder is installed on to create the profile, or the Registry setting is too small, preventing the Registry to house the additional entries a new profile makes.
So, if you can't log in at all, I would run the Recovery Console from the 2000 Pro CD, and check how much drive space is available. If it is low, delete some files to make room. Reboot and see what happens.
IF it is still low, then read this Technet article (Q124594() aboutthe Registry Size Limit and how to change it:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q124594
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Hope this helps.

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by markl In reply to Profiles

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by raa_mon In reply to Profiles

It depends of what kind of profile you created on logging;
1.admin profile,
2.user profile,
3.another user profile
and so on...for each profile created, win2k is asking for the logging mode that you want.

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