Script to delete all documents from My Documents and Desktop of a specific user

Hi, I am looking for a log on or log off script which can be pushed out with group policy which will delete all documents in the My Documents and Desktop of a specific user.

The script should proceed on errors and hopefully leave a log file of results (files skipped and deleted) in the c:\

Thanks!
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susnewyorkAsked:
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johnb6767Commented:
Would a Mandatory Profile be an option for you? If you are only looking to delete from those two folders, maybe not, but if you want NO changes saved at logoff, might be an option....
 Create an XP Pro Mandatory User Profile on the Local Machine
http://www.softwaretipsandtricks.com/windowsxp/articles/457/1/Create-an-XP-Pro-Mandatory-User-Profile-on-the-Local-Machine
Might not be what you need, but thought I would offer....
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loftywormCommented:
Her si a fast brain dump
make 2 batches.  the first does the work, the second starts the first file and logs its progress.

TEST TEST TEST!!!!!!


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:::: file_clean.bat
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del /f /y C:\documents and settings\user\desktop\
del /f /y C:\documents and settings\user\Mydocuments\
 
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:::: Run_and_log.bat
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start File_clean.bat >> log.txt

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susnewyorkAuthor Commented:
Mandatory profile is definatly not an option for me.
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johnb6767Commented:
Is this going to be the currently logged in user, so the same script will need to run on each PC?
I would actualy use the following syntax.....
del /f /y %USERPROFILE%\desktop\*.*
del /f /y %USERPROFILE%\user\Mydocuments\*.*
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