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I have a Windows 2008 domain with +/- 27 workstations. The users have all roaming profiles, but this doesn't work sometimes. What results in that the user is logging in with a temp user profile instead.

Is there a way to disable the temp user profile? In my opinion it's useless to have a temp user profile because the user doesn't get his/hers work files, so they are unable to work..

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Use the group policy setting "Do not log users on with temporary profiles", to be found in Computer Configuration -> Policies -> Administrative Templates-> System -> User Profiles.

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Thx man! More precise: Computer Configuration -> Policies -> Administrative Templates-> System -> User Profiles -> Do not log users on with temporary profiles. –  Sven Sep 9 '11 at 13:21
    
Thank you for the correction, I have updated my answer. –  Helge Klein Sep 9 '11 at 13:35

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