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    Users Being Deleted on Shutdown

    We've recently been having an issue with one workstation. After a user has shut it down, it empties the contents of all of the C:/Users/Users_name folder.
    This is causing problems for us because each time, we have to set up their Outlook and signatures again.

    We've tried deleting their user of the system and recreating it, but the problem is still occuring and is not limited to that user.

    The workstation is a new Lenovo HS20e but has the same build as all of the other admin computers.

    Does anyone have any ideas?

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    Do you have this setting enabled in group policy?

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    When you figure this out let me know. We would like to do exactly this.

    The only way I know to do this is if they are a domain guest.

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    Check your gps! Or run gpresult and see which gps are applying to that machine and checking the settings.

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    The user profiles were set up as roaming temps changing them to roaming local seemed to solve the issue. Thanks for everyone's suggestions.

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