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Delete user profiles on windows 2008 r2 RDS

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We have 3 servers in windows 2008 r2 RDS farm. All users use remote apps and don't logon to the RDS servers.We don't use roaming profiles. What the best way to cleanup the profiles once a week or every day.
 
Any scripts, tools or group policies which can cleanup the profiles so that I don't need to manually delete profiles to clearup free space.
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Theres a utility DelProf2 by helgeklein.com, Complete switch options etc...

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