this is in our test environment for ZCM 10.2
we are just testing Dynamic Local User

our goal is to mimic our current DLU setup.
User logs into Client32 with eDir credentials
DLU creates or uses existing 'user' profile on pc
the user will be logged onto pc as 'user' and depending on the policy
associated to the users edir credentials they will be assigned user
rights as admin, power user, user

so, I created a DLU profile 'AdminUsers'
- Enable the enforcement of this policy
- After enforcement, force a re-login on the managed device, if necessary.
- Use the credential specified below (Always volatile)
- User Name = user
- Manage existing user account (if any)
- Enable Volatile User cache
- Cache Volatile User for time period (Days) = 999
- Member of = Administrators

This creates the "user" profile and lets the user logon with admin rights
However on logout the profile gets hosed
on next logon it creates a new profile "user.pcname"
each logon after that it creates another new profile "user.pcname.000"
and the 000 increments by one each time

I also get the following error in the log file:

Event Type: Error
Event Source: Userenv
Event Category: None
Event ID: 1000
Date: 5/29/2009
Time: 10:40:17 AM
Computer: TESTpc
Windows cannot unload your registry file. If you have a roaming
profile, your settings are not replicated. Contact your administrator.

DETAIL - Access is denied. , Build number ((2195))

I discovered that if I stop the service: "Novell ZENworks Agent
Service", and kill the process: TSUsage.exe I don't get the error in the
log and it keeps the 'user' profile

I have tried this on 2 clean installations of XP, client32 4.91sp3 and
4.91sp5, and have tried deleting and recreating the policy - still the
same problem.

Does anyone know of a reason that the "Novell ZENworks Agent Service",
and the process TSUsage.exe would hold the profile open and cause it to
get corrupted?

The only thing I have setup in ZCM at this point is this one DLU policy