1. Clear the User Using the Registry
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2. Use This Excellent Tool
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3. Use Group Policy
Around the time of Windows 7, Microsoft created a group policy where you could delete all profiles on every machine that haven't been used is a specified number of days. Pretty Handy!
To configure this setting, type gpedit.msc in start search and hit Enter to open the Group Policy Editor. Next under Computer Configuration, expand Administrative Templates > System > User Profiles.Now in the right hand side details pane, double-click on navigate to Delete user profiles older than a specified number of days on system restart to open its configuration box.
Here, if you enable this policy setting, the User Profile Service will automatically delete on the next system restart all user profiles on the computer that have not been used within the specified number of days.
If you disable or do not configure this policy setting, User Profile Service will not automatically delete any profiles on the next system restart.
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