I have a user that we were trying to get Office 365 Pro Plus installed on their computer. It kept crashing, etc. I don't want to get into all of the details here on that part...I've spent most of the day trying to remedy it from that perspective. I finally found that logging in as a different user allowed Office to install and run just fine, but then switching back to the problem user profile immediately causes any Office app to crash and then integratedoffice.exe tries to run in the background to repair Office 365 Pro Plus and never works. There always seems to be corrupt files and app crashes withing the user's appdata\local\temp folder, even after clearing it out and recreating the Temp\Low properly. I've tried all kinds of things like Disk Cleanup, sfc /scannow, registry cleanups, etc.
So, let's focus on just removing their domain profile from the computer and recreating it...
I found this article: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/fix-a-corrupted-user-profile but it doesn't quite detail out what's involved if the user is a domain profile, even though it starts down that path.
I figure I can backup the profile folder(s) to a thumbdrive, log in as a domain admin, delete the problematic domain user profile, have them login again to create a new one, and then move the documents/music/pics back.
But is the above the "right" way to do it? Or is there a better method out there for repairing a corrupted profile and retaining their personal docs/etc?