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The user profile with display name <username> was not found in the directory service, but the time delay before it will be created has not expired.
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From a newsgroup post: "The names are in the directory, which you do not seemed to have restored. A restore of the directory requires that the server name be the same as your original server. Other things that should be the same are database paths, service packs, org name, site name, and service account in the orginal domain, with original SID. If you can't provide the pre-reqs for a dir restore, than you can still get basic user information from the information store data, by running a ds/is constancy adjust. To do this, open up the server properties, and than click on the advanced tab. When you press the button, choose only the first option to create dir entries for information store objects".
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