The 2000 Terminal Services Server is very low on C: disk space. Was able to for quite some time be able to clean space out with temps and such. No longer an option. I have setup Roaming Profiles on the numerious accounts and they function as designed. Problem is that when users log in there profile is cashed on the server's C:\docs&settings. I have been able to make it delete on log off but that is not good at all. The creation (copying) of the profile is time consuming and also the disk space is used when people are logged in.
I need to be able to disable ALL caching of the user profiles to the local C: drive.
Microsoft (and too many other amateurs) dump everything onto the C: drive. They aren’t cognizant
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