Pcred110
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Logon server failed - profil on persistent disk

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Hello everyone

I own a server with vSphere 5 installed, running multiple Win7 virtuals. One of the virtuals is a View Server server, where I manage/assign users and persistent disks with virtual machines.

Yesterday, a coleague tried to access his virtual machine, via view client, the authorization was successful, but a message about logon service failure appeared.

I tried to boot with admin profil to check the registry and repair the corrupted profil, but the profil is located on disk D (persistent)

Is there any way to repair this corrupted profile?

Thank you very much in advance

Pc Red

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Pcred110
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Thank you for reply

I managed to find a solution accidentally.

I had forgotten to add a second 20mb "Internal" persistent disk, along with the 😧 persistent disk.

After power on, everything was ok!

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pengwang
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Look like View Backend related rather than View client base on the description, Does the issue happen via vsphere client? Suggest move it to VMware View got more notice.Thanks.

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Pcred110
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Thank you for reply

I managed to find a solution accidentally.

I had forgotten to add a second 20mb "Internal" persistent disk, along with the 😧 persistent disk.

After power on, everything was ok!

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toeknee2120
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What does adding a second 20mb internal persistent disk do?

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