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Delete Cached copies of roaming profiles Group Policy

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In our AD network we are using Roaming profiles. When I activate the policy "Delete cached copies of roaming profiles" it does not seem to work properly. Sometimes it deletes the cached copy on the local computer after the user logs off , but most of the time it doesn't. I guess it has something to do that there are still files locked during log off. But is there a way to solve this issue to get the local cached copies of the roaming profile deleted , so they don't consume the space of the hard drive as at some computers (Windows XP)  in our organisation a lot of people are logging in .
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