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How do I delete cached credentials when I log off

I would like Members of the the Domain Administrators group to have their cached credentials deleted when the log out of computers the users's workstations OU.  I do not want to create my profile on every server and it's not a problem having them there.
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mbsmoore
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AquatoneCommented:
Hi,

You are going to get a profile created each time a user logs into Windows. The only way I was able to do this for regular accounts would be to add their group to the local "Guests" group and that would take care of the profile at logoff.
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mbsmooreAuthor Commented:
I have my guest group disabled, When the Domain Admins log into the workstations they are loggin in ad administrators so the guest solution will not work
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AquatoneCommented:
Are domain admins using their account as daily drivers? They should use a regular account for normal business and have a separate account for the admin stuff.
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AquatoneCommented:
Also, I was referring to the Guests group on the local machine and not the domain.
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mbsmooreAuthor Commented:
right, wouldn't I be giving the guests group Admin rights to the computer?
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AquatoneCommented:
No, you be adding the DOMAIN\admins group to the LOCAL\guests group, not vice-versa.
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dou2bleCommented:
What about using a GPO for restricting cached credentials when logging in?

Computer Configuration\Windows Settings\Security Settings\Local Policies\Security Options\

 "Interactive Logon: Number of previous logons (in case domain controlleris not available)" to 0.

This way you don't have to worry about deleting them when you log out.


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