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How to disable an individual roaming profile

Posted on 2010-11-23
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Hi,

It's been a while since I worked with Windows. But to disable an individual roaming profile do I go under the account Active Directory or is GPO related?

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You can disable from the users' properties for a particular user.
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Even this was configured from the domain gpo. This can be disabled from the user's property.
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Go into active directory users and computers, find the OU that contains the user, (by default the users OU) right click on the user and select disable.
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