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Hello,

Please I have domain running under windows server 2008R2, all client are running windows 7 ultimate. client save user profile and this cause problem. I try to remove computer from domain and delete user from server then create user with same name in server then rejoin computer to domain but the client computer still save the old copy of profile. How I can remove old copy of profile from client

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Question by:maryam_adnan
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Log in to the PC as different user (ideally Admin).

Right-click computer, properties, advanced, user profiles.

Delete the profile you wish.
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by:maryam_adnan
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Hello,

I did that but when I went to user that I need to delete and select it. the delete bottom is invisible. I Log in as administrator.

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