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DLU Volitile User not deleting accounts

Hello,

I am deploying ZCM 10 SP2 on SLES 10. I have our student accounts set to be volatile users and have the DLU assigment made to the user. I already have ZCM running on over a hundred machines and it is all working.

However, it is not deleting the volatile accounts that it creates. It leaves the directory structure behind in C:\documents and settings\ and it leaves dozens and dozens of local user profiles called "unknown".

Any idea what is causing this? I did not have the "Enable Volatile User Cache" turned on, so I just now tried turning it on with a 1 day time period to see if it will remove the old accounts.

Thanks for any help!

Matt
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Re: DLU Volitile User not deleting accounts

mschlawin;1942888 wrote:
Hello,

I am deploying ZCM 10 SP2 on SLES 10. I have our student accounts set to be volatile users and have the DLU assigment made to the user. I already have ZCM running on over a hundred machines and it is all working.

However, it is not deleting the volatile accounts that it creates. It leaves the directory structure behind in C:\documents and settings\ and it leaves dozens and dozens of local user profiles called "unknown".

Any idea what is causing this? I did not have the "Enable Volatile User Cache" turned on, so I just now tried turning it on with a 1 day time period to see if it will remove the old accounts.

Thanks for any help!

Matt


Search this forum for your problem, you will find a lot of discussions and tips on this.

Thomas
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