In our company we are using the following group policy: "delete user profile older than a specified number of days on system restart".
The specified number of days is set for 30 days.
Lately I noticed that the mention GPO do now work as I expected.
On, Properties for Computer >> Advanced system settings (on the left side) >> Settings for User Profiles (in the middle), the account is always deleted after the specified number of days in the group Policy (30day).
But on the C:\ drive, C:\Users the user account is still there. So if the same user, logs in to the computer, the user will have a profile in the following syntax: username.domain
I've been googling for 1week without any success. I ran into the following KB article of Microsoft: The "Modified time" file attribute of a registry hive file is updated when an application loads and then unloads the registry hive file without making any changes on a computer that is running Windows Server 2008 R2 or Windows 7
but If I want to install the MSU file, I do not succeed.
All clients have Windows 7 SP1. It was mentioned that the Microsoft patch on the KB article is implemented on the Service Pack 1 for Windows 7.
I have no ideas what to do.
Can anyone of you help me further?`
Thank you very much.