I've been working on setting up OneDrive for Business with automatic syncing and folder redirection. I got everything working, but there were some issues along the way. In dealing with those issues I've messed up my profile on this particular workstation. What messed it up is the fact that a while back I had to rename my AD username to not include spaces. Because of this my local directories, which were still using my name with a space instead of a period, did not match my AD username. When I tried using the %username% variable in my folder redirection, it didn't work because of this. So what I did is log into another admin account, rename my user folder to my new AD name, and replaced all instances of my old AD username with the new one. Well, this worked and folder redirection started to move stuff around. Well, when I deleted my old user folder and created the appropriate folders in the new user folder I've realized that some fundamental functionality seems to be broken now. For example, if I place something into my C:\Users\NewProfileName\Documents folder, it does not appear in my OneDrive\Documents folder as I thought it should.
The point of all that is that I've messed up my local profile, and I'd like to start from scratch. How can I make this workstation think my AD user profile has never been logged into on this machine so that I can start from the beginning with default folders that are in a user folder that matches my AD username? I've already checked the User Profile Management in the Control Panel, and only the locally created service profile is listed there. Any domain accounts that have used this workstation are not listed, including my own. Thanks very much for any responses in advance, and I'll be glad to provide all the information I can if more is required.