I have a windows server 2003 acting as a terminal server, this computer is not a member of any domain. We demo our product on the server by creating a user account. The person logs in uses the demo for a few weeks and when they are done we delete the user account.
However every time we do this it creates a new folder in
C:\Documents and Settings\. I know with domains you can have many users point at one profile and make it read only so all changes are dumped afterwords, but is there a way to do that when the machine is not on a domain? I would really like it if I didn't have to remote in and clean up the folders every time.
EDIT- I already have utility for scripting the cleanup, I just would rather have the extra folders not created if possible. It feels like the "correct" way of doing it.