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windows xp sp 3 cached roaming profiles are not fully remove when domain user  logoff

Posted on 2011-03-09
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Hello,
Every time that a user  logs off the  roaming cache profile folders are not full  deleted . The GPO is enable and is working fine , but there are some file extension that are not been deleted. sometimes IE cookies, or 3 party application. Because the profiles are not been removed from the client i can see a progressive number on windows xp user profile  like user.001, 002, etc etc  in progressive way.
I'm using UPH Clean latest version but is not helping.
How can i understand which apps is causing the handling during logoff?
Thanks

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You can use process monitor launched as SYSTEM using psexec to see what's happening during logoff.

See: http://blogs.technet.com/b/markrussinovich/archive/2010/01/13/3305263.aspx
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