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Debugging User Profiles and System Policies in Windows NT 4.0    

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Debugging User Profiles and System Policies in Windows NT 4.0



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Debugging User Profiles and System Policies in Windows NT 4.0

 

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/154120

To enable the log file:

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Rename the Userenv.dll file in the %Windir%\System32 directory to Userenv.orig or the unique name of your choice.

 

2.

Copy the checked version of Userenv.dll to the %Windir%\System32 directory of the client computer that you want to debug. The checked version of the Userenv file must match the version of the operating system being used on the client computer.

 

WARNING: If you use Registry Editor incorrectly, you may cause serious problems that may require you to reinstall your operating system. Microsoft cannot guarantee that you can solve problems that result from using Registry Editor incorrectly. Use Registry Editor at your own risk.

 

1.

Start Regedt32 and locate the following path:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\WindowsNT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon

 

2.

Create a new value called UserEnvDebugLevel as a reg_dword. Assign the value 10002 in hexadecimal format.

 

3.

Restart the computer with the .dll and registry changes in place.

 

For Microsoft Windows NT Server version 4.0 and Microsoft Windows NT Server version 4.0 Terminal Server Edition SP4 and earlier, log information will be recorded in c:\userenv.log and can be viewed with Notepad, WordPad, or the text editor of your choice. For Microsoft Windows NT Server version 4.0 Terminal Server Edition SP5 and SP6, log information will be recorded in %systemroot%\system32\userenv.log. Information displayed in the log includes: Profile Path, Profile Type, System Policy Path (useful to determine which server the Ntconfig.pol file was pulled from), whether the profile was successfully loaded and unloaded at the client, and if the remote profile is newer than the local profile.

 

A sample Userenv.log based on the following information is shown below.

   Username = profile
   Profile path defined in User Manager = PDCServerName\Profiles\%username%
   Domain Controller = PDCServerName
   System Policy Path: PDCServerName\Netlogon
                  

NOTE: The response to the seventeenth line.

   Profile is not reachable, error = 2
                  

A check is made for the existence of a mandatory profile path being defined in User Manager for Domains (Servername\Sharename\%Username%.man). Mandatory profiles were not used in this example, so the test fails. 

 

 

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LoadUserProfile: Entering, hToken = <0xa8>, lpProfileInfo = 0x12f4e8

LoadUserProfile: lpProfileInfo->dwFlags = <0x2>

LoadUserProfile: lpProfileInfo->lpUserName = <profile>

LoadUserProfile: lpProfileInfo->lpProfilePath = <\\PDCServerName\profiles\profile>

LoadUserProfile: lpProfileInfo->lpDefaultPath = <\\PDCServerName\netlogon\Default User>

LoadUserProfile: lpProfileInfo->lpServerName = <\\PDCServerName>

LoadUserProfile: lpProfileInfo->lpPolicyPath = <\\PDCServerName\netlogon\ntconfig.pol>

ParseProfilePath: Entering, lpProfilePath = <\\PDCServerName\profiles\profile>

ParseProfilePath: Tick Count = 60

ParseProfilePath: FindFirstFile found something with attributes <0x10>

ParseProfilePath: Found a directory

LoadUserProfile: ParseProfilePath returned a directory of <\\PDCServerName\profiles\profile>

RestoreUserProfile:  Entering

RestoreUserProfile:  Profile path = <\\PDCServerName\profiles\profile>

RestoreUserProfile:  User is a Admin

IsCentralProfileReachable:  Entering

IsCentralProfileReachable:  Testing <\\PDCServerName\profiles\profile\ntuser.man>

IsCentralProfileReachable:  Profile is not reachable, error = 2

IsCentralProfileReachable:  Testing <\\PDCServerName\profiles\profile\ntuser.dat>

IsCentralProfileReachable:  Found a user profile.

RestoreUserProfile:  Central Profile is reachable

RestoreUserProfile:  Central Profile is floating

GetLocalProfileImage:  Found entry in profile list for existing local profile

GetLocalProfileImage:  Local profile image filename = <%SystemRoot%\Profiles\profile>

GetLocalProfileImage:  Expanded local profile image filename = <C:\WINNT\Profiles\profile>

GetLocalProfileImage:  Found local profile image file ok <C:\WINNT\Profiles\profile\ntuser.dat>

Local profile is reachable

Local profile name is <C:\WINNT\Profiles\profile>

RestoreUserProfile: About to call UpdateToLatestProfile

UpdateToLatestProfile: Entering.  Central = <\\PDCServerName\profiles\profile>

Local = <C:\WINNT\Profiles\profile>

UpdateToLatestProfile:  Central and local profile times match.

RestoreUserProfile:  About to Leave.  Final Information follows:

Profile was successfully loaded.

lpProfile->szCentralProfile = <\\PDCServerName\profiles\profile>

lpProfile->szLocalProfile = <C:\WINNT\Profiles\profile>

lpProfile->dwInternalFlags = 0x112

RestoreUserProfile:  Leaving.

UpgradeProfile: Entering

UpgradeProfile: Build numbers match

UpgradeProfile: Leaving Successfully

ApplyPolicy: Entering

ApplyPolicy:  PolicyPath is: <\\PDCServerName\netlogon\ntconfig.pol>.

ReconcileFile: \\PDCServerName\netlogon\ntconfig.pol ==> C:\WINNT\Profiles\Policy\ntconfig.pol  [OK]

ApplyPolicy:  Local PolicyPath is: <C:\WINNT\Profiles\Policy\ntconfig.pol>.

ApplyPolicy:  Leaving succesfully.

LoadUserProfile: Leaving with a value of 1.  hProfile = <0x90>

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Below is a successful logoff and update by the client of the server- based roaming profile.

 

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UnloadUserProfile: Entering, hProfile = <0xe0>

UnloadUserProfile:  Succesfully unloaded profile

UnloadUserProfile:  Copying profile back to \\PDCServerName\profiles\profile

CopyProfileDirectory: Entering, lpSourceDir = <C:\WINNT\Profiles\profile>,

lpDestinationDir = <\\PDCServerName\profiles\profile>, dwFlags = 0x32

ReconcileFile: C:\WINNT\Profiles\profile\NTUSER.DAT ==> \\PDCServerName\profiles\profile\NTUSER.DAT  [OK]

ReconcileFile: C:\WINNT\Profiles\profile\ntuser.dat.LOG ==> \\PDCServerName\profiles\profile\ntuser.dat.LOG  [OK]

CopyProfileDirectory: Leaving with a return value of 1

UnloadUserProfile: Leaving with a return value of 1

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