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Cleanup of Documents and Settings

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I have a lab of computers which is using mandatory profiles on the the LOCAL computer (ie. not pointing to a share).

After a user logs off, their profile is not being removed from the C:\Documents and Settings folder (despite the "DeleteRoamingCache" registry hack).

Is there another way to keep the Documents & Settings folder from being cluttered with unwanted user profiles? Even if it only gets cleaned up upon a system reboot (instead of after a logoff), that would be a big help.
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You could use a batch file to delete everything in the folder with excpet statements to keep what you want.
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