Windows 7 Thread, Delprof2 - Unofficial successor to Microsoft’s Delprof user profile deletion tool in Technical; Yes, on the root of c: I have file call del.bat (can be any name) with the above code in. ...
13th February 2013, 12:58 PM #16
Yes, on the root of c: I have file call del.bat (can be any name) with the above code in. I also have DelProf2.exe in the same place.
Yes, I have a text file called dellist_all.txt with a list of machines in
I have a few of these saved now, some without the 7 day retention.
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14th February 2013, 08:43 AM #17
Does this also remove any mention of the profile from the Win7 registry? This as been a problem for us in the past and I'm thinking delprof2 might be part of a wider solution to our roaming profile woes. I'm also thinking of using redirected folders for AppData as I guess it's this folder causing most of the corruption problems, I'm just unsure how to go about it.
29th March 2013, 06:45 PM #18
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Help me follow your thinking/sample
I want to follow your lead but need some code explaination.
Originally Posted by Danp
Can I put the text file, Delprof2.exe and the *.bat in a folder (c:\profdel\***)?
What is /f (I can guess but..) and %%a ?
I want to run these on all our library machines from my machine, here is what I have so far DELPROF2 /i /u /d:60 /ed:admin* /ed:MyName /ed:default* I want to add a text file showing all our lib. machines (on domain, networked)
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29th March 2013, 07:00 PM #19
Why not just run it as a shutdown script?
11th April 2013, 04:49 PM #20
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I've found this batch script does a wonderful job at removing profiles...Win7. Just be sure to do it after a fresh restart. - User Profile Cleaning Script for Windows 7 – Version 3.1 « Mike's Thoughts
11th April 2013, 05:00 PM #21
Delprof2 as a shutdown script is one line.
Originally Posted by bonedog73
12th April 2013, 03:17 PM #22
I don't see why you cant have them in their own folder, I just stuck them on the root of C because I am lazy. I also run this from a machine on the same domain as the machines I want clean up, otherwise I wont work. I dont know what the %%a is for, but it works
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