I'm thinking for what you want to do on a domain, you need to use Group
Security auditing settings are not applied to Windows Vista client computers
when you deploy a domain-based policy
How to use Group Policy to configure detailed security auditing settings for
Windows Vista client computers in a Windows Server 2003 domain or in a
Windows 2000 domain (See Part 2)
Error results when you run the "gpupdate /force" command on a computer that
is running Windows Vista: "User policy could not be updated successfully"
If you want to disable a user account:
If you want to delete one: Windows Key + R>type in run box "control user
passwords2" (lose quotes)>Advanced tab>advanced button>highlight account>rt.
click it>delete (or require password).
Or you can go to control panel>user accounts and reach the same dialogue
Change Users Account Type
"Dave Harry" <DaveHarry@please.keep.replies.in.the.newsgroup> wrote in
> Still testing this on my RC1 cos I don't want to break my real Vista.
> We have some roaming users on a domain who don't roam all that often. If
> they haven't been at a computer for a long time, I like to remove their
> profile from the machine so that an old one is not merged with their more
> recent one.
> In XP when I wanted to do this I went to System Properties > Advanced >
> User Profiles > Settings and just hit Delete.
> Next time they logged on it copied down the latest roaming profile from
> the server, or a local user would get a completely NEW profile.
> In Vista when I do this they do not get their new profile. Instead, they
> get a temporary profile which will not save.
> It seems like I've broken it by doing what I did in XP.