roaming profiles, deleting local copies on logoff
Quick question for those in the know:
We're currently using roaming profiles, and files are left on the local machine when users log off (default behaviour). We've seen occasional problems with server files not being used and local ones overriding, causing untold woes and confusion. If i deleted the local profile on log off (using delprof or similar), will it alleviate the issue?
I can see log ons taking MUCH longer for a full copy on every log on, and the local cache is a nice fail-over should something go wrong. Just looking for any horror stories or tips should i have a try at implementing this.
Or is this simply a stronger case for using mandatory profiles? :)