I am currently using roaming profiles and wante to configure all clients connected to the domain to delete the local profile once the user logs off.
Could this be done via a Group Policy? Script?
on 12/19/2011 – Made popular on 12/19/2011
My users are having an issue with their roaming profiles getting too large and then their roaming profile is lost. I believe this is because this is because they are storing too much in their roaming profiles.
In previous versions of Windows, the Roaming Profile is uploaded only when the user logs off. However, in Windows 7, a Group Policy setting can allow the registry file to be uploaded in the background.
We have a Windows server 2003 system with Active Directory and all of our users have roaming profiles. One of the users let someone login with his username and password on a different computer (2) while he was working on his own computer (1).
It seems obvious to me that User DSNs should carried along with a roaming User's Profiles, and when only a System DSN is set, that it will not be pulled along with the User's profile when they hop from work station to workstation.
However, I don't know this for a fact, although it makes sense in my head. Is that the case, does have to be a particular kind of profile for this to occur?