maanantai 30. joulukuuta 2013

How To Delete a user profile on a Windows 7 machine that is part of a domain

If you ever need to delete the local user profile from a Windows computer which belongs to a domain here is how to.

1. Right click your computer and select properties.

2. From properties window select from the left side "Advanced system settings"

3. Go to Advanced tab and select settings for user profiles

There you can delete local user profiles. You will need administrative privileges to do this.

If user is greyed out (You cant delete user) you need to go to C:/Users and give access to the user folder before you can delete it. Just simply double click the folder that has lock on it and it will ask password for permissions. After this your user should not be greyed out.