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Need bat file to delete user profiles in windows xp machines remotely

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Hi All I need bat file to delete user profiles in windows xp machines remotely except Administartor or current user or if we can select the days/date option so before the given date it will delete all the profiles.
Also we dont have roaming profile environment.
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Hi,

How To Delete User Profiles by Using the User Profile Deletion Utility
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/315411

Hope this helps :)
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