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    Laptop users / Local profiles

    Morning All,

    Well, Monday morning and I am having a blonde moment.

    I have some Win 7 laptops, when a user logs into them on the domain, they work file, they then logout and the machine deletes the local profile, stopping them logging in at home. I can’t remember where in GPO I can stop the deleting, so the staff can take the machines home and still be able to login.

    Hope someone can help?

    TIA

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    Computer Config > Policies > Admin Templates > System > User Profiles

    I think this only relates to roaming profiles however.

    Your users should still be able to logon with .\username on their laptops locally.

    The other possibility is you're using delprof to delete profiles.

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