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Srestydp
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ADMX-based settings were not (fully) processed successfully ('U_P_All_Security.xml')

Hi Experts,

In our organisation DaaS is opted for end user, published application is configured for end users, some users profile is not loading, getting very frequent his error, below eeros found in the flexengine logs

ADMX-based settings were not (fully) processed successfully ('U_P_All_Security.xml')

2018-12-17 22:51:36.420 [WARN ] Profile cleanup: Registry tree 'HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\DOMStorage' not found

2018-12-17 22:51:36.422 [WARN ] Profile cleanup: Folder '<AppData>\Microsoft\Windows\IECompatCache' not found

2018-12-17 22:51:36.422 [WARN ] Profile cleanup: Folder '<AppData>\Microsoft\Windows\IEDownloadHistory' not found

2018-12-17 22:51:36.422 [WARN ] Profile cleanup: Folder '<AppData>\Microsoft\Windows\IETldCache' not found

2018-12-17 22:51:36.422 [WARN ] Profile cleanup: Folder '<AppData>\Microsoft\Windows\PrivacIE' not found

2018-12-17 22:51:36.468 [WARN ] Profile cleanup: Can't delete directory '<Favorites>\Links' (5)

2018-12-17 22:51:36.511 [WARN ] Profile cleanup: Folder '<LocalAppData>\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Services' not found

thanks in advance

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Raymond_W
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Hi Srestydp,

ADMX: Did you select some computer policies ?

Profile Cleanup: Did you check if these folders indeed exist ?

About the Favorites\Links, i guess this is a mandatory folder, so either you are not allowed to delete it or it is in use by Windows.

did you enable debug mode for the logfile... if no, can you please do so and check again if there is more info ?

How to enable debug mode for one single user

Kind regards, Raymond Twitter: @raymond_himself
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Srestydp
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Hi Raymond_W

Thanks for quick response.

ADMX: Did you select some computer policies ?

Computer policy is configured in AD and the user policy from UEM, UEM policy is under computer based plicy, Loopback Processing Mode is configured to replace,

Profile Cleanup: Did you check if these folders indeed exist ?

Users folders are exist in RDSH server,we are following work around

1. we are forcing the user to reset from Horizon client, disconnect the HZ client after login the profile is loading but some user this work around is not working

2. Reset from the HZ client, loggin to Daas from browser, profile is loading with out any issue .

 

About the Favorites\Links, i guess this is a mandatory folder, so either you are not allowed to delete it or it is in use by Windows.

Users profiles are roaming profile and stored in DFS-N  server, i belive the ntuser.dat file is locked by the RDSH server,

Thanks

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DEMdev
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Hi Srestydp,

With ADMX-based settings, UEM will not overwrite or remove any policy settings that already exist in the registry. If it encounters such a scenario, it will log the "not (fully) processed successfully" message. This just means that one of your ADMX-based settings "conflicts" with something coming from a GPO.

Most of the other warnings just mean that you're asking UEM to remove something that does not exist. If those warnings bother you, just remove those lines from your profile cleanup config.

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