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    Profiles on Windows 7

    Morning All,

    i have an issue with a staff member when logging into a windows 7 machine.

    The teacher always uses the same computer and when logging in it creates him a locally stored profile.

    Problem is everytime is logs in it adds a number to the end

    Example

    Victory.Teacher1
    Victory.Teacher2

    as it stands he is up to number 56?

    Is there a way round this without renewing is server profile, as he has alot of information stored within this.

    Never seen this before this is why im logging this call

    Thanks in advance

    James Tidd

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    We see that sometimes here. I think it might be to do with incomplete logoffs, so check how he logs out and shuts down each night (try getting him to log out then shut down, not just shutdown).

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