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I am running Windows 2003 Terminal Services and Citrix.  We are using roaming terminal services profiles.  I have the UPHClean service installed.  My issue is that when users log off a terminal server the local copy of the profile is not being deleted.  How can I ensure that these local profiles are deleted at logoff?
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Did you enable the machine policy that the local copies should be deleted? It's under Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\System\User Profiles, "Delete locally cached copies of roaming profiles".
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Would that be a domain GPO, or a local policy?
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"Yes".
I you have your terminal servers in a separate OU, you can use a group policy defined in that OU; if it's just a single machine, nothing keeps you from doing it in a local policy.
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and this will work to delete the profile even if the "roaming" profile I am referring to is a profile specified under the terminal services profile tab, as opposed to the "regular" profile tab?
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Yes; a roaming profile is a roaming profile.
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