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Default TBH.js Function loadProfile() error

I have created a new user using the asp.net configuration.
Though when I login and try to browse pictures I get an error from the Load Profile in the TBH.js. I have compaired the profile records in SQL and find that when adding a user
with asp.net configuration the profile is not complete. The PropertyValuesBinary only has 0x in it. Is this what is causing the loadProfile error. I believe the message generated from the error is htmlfile Unknown runtime error. Again this comes out of the TBH.js.
Any ideas?





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