Hello Friends, Organization needs vary time to time to run the business successfully. To accomplish this company takes decision as per their requirement. In this blog will come to know one out of them and learn how to “delete cached copies roaming profiles”.
Delete cached copies roaming profiles
Sometimes organizations employ shared desktop with roaming profiles. Means to say that organization uses workstation where multiple users log into the machine. User roaming profile is created in that system and remains over there even user logs off. In actual entire profile data for roaming profiles is stored on network server. But user cached profile still remains on system even user logs off so that user can access the data while network server is not available.
Now, owing to crunch of local HDD capacity, organizations can take decision to wipe out all roaming profiles from that local hard disk. So in this sort of scenario company wants user log into the workstation with their roaming profiles but delete cached copies roaming profiles when they log off.
So here are the steps through which you can achieve this:
First of all, Open Group Policy Management Console and create new group policy. Now, right click on it and select “Edit” option.
OR freshers can follow link How To Open and Configure Group Policy. Thereafter go to the below path.
Computer Configuration –> Administrative Templates –> System –> User Profiles
After touching the above location, on right pane go to “Delete cached copies of roaming profiles”. Just double click on it. Select the “Enable” radio button and close all the properties.