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How to Create a Group Policy to Delete Old User AccountsStep 1 Search “Edit Group Policy” in your search bar
Step 2 Select Administrative Templates under Computer ConfigurationStep 3 Select System in the right pane Step 4 Select “User Profiles”Step 5 Select “Delete user profile older than a specified number of days on system restart” Step 6 Select policy settingStep 7 Enable the policy and change the days desired. Then click Apply
Wait for remote user profile Delete user profiles older than a specified number of days on system restart Edit Requirements: At least Windows Vista Description: Delete user profiles older …
The group policy was configured as shown below. This policy setting allows an administrator to automatically delete user profiles on system restart that have not been used within a specified number of days. Note: One day is interpreted as 24 hours after a specific user profile was accessed.
How to Remove users From The local admin group with group policy. Step 1. Right-click the organizational unit where you want to the GPO applied and select “Create a GPO in this domain, and link it here”. Step 2. Name the GPO and click OK. Now you need to edit the GPO. Step 3. Right-click the GPO and ...
To enable an automatic Cleanup of User Profiles older than a certain number of days using Group Policy, you will need to set the setting Delete user profiles older than a specified number days on system restart under Computer ConfigurationAdministrative TemplatesSystemUser Profiles to be Enabled and to specify the number of days after which a ...
To reset or remove all applied group policies, you just need to delete these 2 folders: GroupPolicy and GroupPolicyUsers. PS: In some computers, you’ll get only GroupPolicy folder. That’s completely ok.