|Hi Wanderer, yes i did see that, it basically enters the registry entries like this http://support.microsoft.com/kb/315231 |
Yes I have searched the registry for the autologin and set it up as according to the Microsoft article. And it does autologin but with the error of it not finding the roaming profile. Yes, this machine is joined to a domain.
I agree with you about not necessarily being a roaming profile but a domain profile, I think it's more of a Windows generic answer when it can't find the domain in time so it loads a local profile. But non the less, the issue is still there and the patient monitoring program won't run properly when this happens.
"Additionally, delaying logon does not address the issue. Do you understand this?
You want a pause AFTER the logon not BEFORE the logon."
I dissagree. Something is keeping windows from seeing the domain while loging in, be it a driver for the NIC not loading in time or whatever. Like I said, if we manually wait for the login screen to come up, then press CRTL+Alt+Delete and enter the password, everything works fine, it sees the domain and the monitoring program functions..