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Unable to delete user profile on a Node in a domain

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Param, Oct 6, 2005.

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  1. Param

    Param Thread Starter

    Oct 6, 2005
    Hi All,
    Im facing a wierd problem regarding "users management" in a domain.
    User profile on node was created by running login script from the domain (Domain Win2000 and Node Win XP) when node was connected to domain.
    When i delete the user account thru "Document and Settings" or thru "User Profiles in advanced tab in System Properties", it does not delete user account completely.
    Even though after i delete the user account it does not show up anywhere, but when i try to login with deleted user name it let me login and then create it at appropriate location.(No matter the node is conected to domain or not)

    I tried the whole procedure with disconnected node as well connected.
    It's not working out.
    Is there any other location where XP stores the login info (i kno a little about sam log file, but don't know wht to do with that)
    Also tried deleting thru Registry Keys. No go.

    I'll really appreciate if any of you guys could help me out with this problem.
    In case u have any clue please email it to me at "[email protected]" or try to chat with me at "[email protected]" or [email protected]"

    Thanking in anticipation

    Cheers !
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