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This is easily done by using mandatory accounts. Every time you relog, switch user, or reboot the profile will be loaded back to default since the date you set it to mandatory. See it like a kiosk/internet cafee account, users can log in, use internet and save documents for printing or save it to flash storage. Here is how you do it: -Create your user ...


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Put the user in the local windows7 guest group. Edited: If a user is added to the Guests group (or the Domain Guests group, which belongs to the Guests group), when the user logs on, that user's profile information is only stored temporarily. When that user logs off, the entire profile is deleted. This includes everything stored in the %userprofile% ...


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Migwiz is microsoft way. Delete each profile when they got migrated. I would not personnaly delete the profile, you put yourself the burden if you delete an important file.


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If the issue happens with a domain profile that has backups, the best solution would be to restore the profile from a backup prior to when the issue started. This is what I had to do for a user who continuously kept getting logged in with a temporary profile. This also saves time in having to create a new profile and housekeeping to remove the old profile. ...


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OK. Given your answer to the question (in comments) about the real issue from sysadmins POV, I'll sketch out the approach I use. It's a combination of clear policy and simple filesystem layout. The policy: Each user "owns" his/her fileshare. IT doesn't own it; the user does. But like ownership of land within city limits, ownership comes with ...


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Just redirect the Desktop and special folder to a network share for each user and run a powershell script to move old file, and you will have the liberty to scan for mp3, or un-allowed file. Edited: For file that are for a department but user save on their system or in their personnal share, then just copy the user file there and inform the user after if ...


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Unfortunately, it's just one of the facts of user profiles/network shares that users are wasteful/disorganized/etc. If you're determined to use some kind of tool or script to tidy up, or to delete things in "unofficial" locations, make certain that management is on your side and will back you up. Ditto if you decide to implement some kind of disk quota. ...



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