I'm desperately trying to delete an account on a Windows 10 workstation. We have an employee who has left the company and we want to delete his account, but we can’t.
The account has been deleted from Active Directory (2012R2). So when the workstation is connected to the network, it is not possible to open a session using his old credentials, but when the computer is not on the network, the account is still usable.
This is a roaming issue! In order to try to correct that we have deleted the files in C:\Users and all the registry keys at
But still, if we unplug the computer from the network and the session is still usable.
Is there a way to delete a roaming session on Windows 10 ?
Online / Offline aspect is very important! When the computer is online this is working as expected, but not when it is offline.
I have rebooted the computer and even tried on another one.
UPDATE 1 : with help of @Clayton and @Harry Johnston, my need is to delete cached domain credentials on a specific workstation. And I'm afraid the only workaround is their solution ...
Any help or ideas will be much appreciated,