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Registry Entry to delete specific User Profile entries
I work for a University as a Lab Manager where we have over 300 computers running Domain Profiles. We have begun updating from XP to 7 and started to notice TEMP profiles being created. I have figured out how to resolve the issue by going to the registry
and deleting the strings that have .bak at the end. What I am looking for now is a way to delete these files as an administrator through our management service Altiris. So basically I am looking for a script that would delete only profile entries that have a .bak at the end. Does anyone have an idea on how to, or now a guide on how to, accomplish this? Thank you.
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