|10 Sep 2012||#1|
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Can Roaming folder be deleted from the Default Profile
We do not use roaming profiles. I am trying to keep the size of the default profile (which is copied at login for new users) to a minimum. Since we are not using roaming, can we just delete C:\Users\Default\AppData\Roaming from the default profile?
We have 600 computers running Windows 7 in student labs at a university campus.
Other ways for reducing default profile or otherwise reducing login time helpful. We try to cut temp file. etc. We have 200 apps on our image. I may make separate thread.
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