We have a fairly large Active Directory installation running on Server 2008 R2. A majority of our users are successfully using roaming profiles, and we have a number of Group Policies controlling folder re-direction and the cleanup of cached profiles from the various workstations the roaming profile users are allowed to use. Recently, after some Group Policy changes, we started to see that when a local administrator logged on to the workstations that the roaming profile users are allowed to use, the local administrator is receiving an error message about their roaming profile and is being logged in with a temporary profile. The Group Policy that deletes the cached profiles has a scope for Authenticated Users.
How do I fix this problem so that when I log into a workstation and/or server as the local administrator, I do not get a temporary profile but get the profile I had the last time I logged into that workstation and/or server?