Server = ZCM 10.3.0a (updating to 10.3.1 right now)
Clients = Windows 7 running Novell client 2 SP1 for Win7, File caching OFF

We're attempting to setup a very simple roaming profile policy that stores our student's roaming profiles at the root of their eDirectory Home (Netware 6.5 SP8).

The problem is, upon logging out they receive the dreaded "Your roaming profile was not completely synchronized..." error. Some folders are created/copied within the user's roaming profile directory (within Windows NT 6.1 Workstation Profile.V2 in their eDir home), but only a fraction of the profile is created and/or updated, rendering the whole roaming profile useless.

Upon checking event viewer, we see several errors with event ID 1509 reading: "Windows could not copy file %Local Profile Equivalent% to location %Roaming Profile Equivalent%. This error may be caused by network problems or insufficient rights. DETAIL - The system cannot find the file specified."

The users in question are members of the local "Users" group (via DLU policy) and they have full ownership and privileges to their Netware-stored home directories. We've tried to making them local Administrators in DLU, but that doesn't help.

We've tried tweaking the group policy settings of \Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\System\User Profiles - "Add the Administrators security group to roaming user profiles" and "Do not check for ownership of roaming profile folder," independently and in tandem, all to no avail.

We've also ensured that the Novell client option "Allow roaming profile paths to non-Windows servers" is set to "On." We've tried setting "File Commit" to both "On" and "Off," neither seeing any change.

Eventually, there's an event viewer entry along the lines of "There were too many roaming profile errors to continue logging"

This seems like a fairly simple setup, and has always worked fine under XP. Might anyone have any recommendations for Windows 7 as to what we're doing wrong?