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    Question Mandatory Profiles Being Cached?


    I am having a problem with a pair of our servers both are 2008 R2 SP1 , the are used by student to run programming software through the RDP system and RD Web, they are set to pick up mandatory profiles from another one of our DC servers. Which works they get the profile the issue is that they never update. E.G. I made a change to the profile to include links to a new program set so I changed and updated the location of the mandatory profile. If a new user logs on they get the full program set if a users who has been through the process before opens the program set they only see there existing options, they can load the software if you direct them through the drive to it so the issue seems to be caching of the mandatory profile. Now on a work station normally at this point I would go to the C:/ and clear out all the store users information. But as these are running on the server and this it now critical to the curriculum , I really don't want to do this. Without being sure that it will resolve the issue not make it worse.

    Any suggestion?

    Your help would be much appreciated.
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    It sounds as if you aren't removing cached profiles.

    ie. Computer Configuration -> Policies -> Admin Templates -> System -> User Profiles:-
    Delete user profiles older than (days)

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