How To Create A Group Policy To Delete Old User

How to create a group policy to delete old user

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How to Create a Group Policy to Delete Old User Accounts
Step 1
Search “Edit Group Policy” in your search bar

Step 2
Select Administrative Templates under Computer Configuration
Step 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 setting
Step 7
Enable the policy and change the days desired. Then click Apply

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the group policy?

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?

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 ...

How to delete user profile older than a certain period?

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 ...

How to reset or remove all applied group policies in windows?

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.