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Auditting disabled user profiles on servers

Posted on 2009-05-19
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Ok I hope I get this right.. I'm in search of an application or even a script that could be used to scan a defined selection of specific servers (by name or IP) and report back a list of any domain user account that are currently disabled, that have profiles on those machines.  

For example.. Terminal Servers.  With upwards of a couple hundred user profiles on each of my three servers.. whats the best way to remove the un-needed profiles like from terminated employees?

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this should help:

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=901a9b95-6063-4462-8150-360394e98e1e&displaylang=en
This one is for Win2K3 also..

Instructions here, but they are for win2000, would be the same though.

Its called DELPROF for delete profile..
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Awesome, thanks so much.
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