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I have a laptop(windows 7) and joined local network. I prepared a new firewall Rule for website using.

all my other computers(200) firewall rule works fine. But with this laptop user not. I got some info problem with his profile.
Ofcourse i do not want erase and new profile making for this user. Because of there are many many configuration ,plugins etc. on his laptop.(gpupdate correct on his account)

i want to know ,is there way without  erase his profile from server solving this problem?
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You could first try to dispose of his LOCAL profile, see if that works.

Log onto the workstation with an administrator account.
Go to Control Panel > System and Security > System > Advanced System Settings (or Start > Run > sysdm.cpl)
Then, on the Advanced tab, click Settings under User Profile. Here you can remove the user's local profile.
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