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By acontract ·
I work at a large high school where students are required to use their own user accounts. Everything works fine except workstation hard drives are filling up due to their profile being saved locally. Is there any way to have the local profile deleted when they log off?

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by DKlippert In reply to Hard drives filling up wi ...

Profiles for Members of Guests Group Are Deleted Q165398


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by wburrows In reply to Hard drives filling up wi ...

There is a resource kit utility called delprof.exe. It can be configured to run as a task and it will delete local profiles. It is not instantaneous but running it as a nightly task may solve your problem.

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by ebilly In reply to Hard drives filling up wi ...

Easily done. Use depenging on your OS.

NT4: Run poledit.exe and click open registry, open Local Computer and go to Windows NT User Profiles, drop a check in the box to delete cached copies of profiles.

2K: GRoup policy, do the same.

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