This article covers different ways to manage Domain User Profiles in Windows 10 Enterprise, Professional and Education
Want to do it via a GUI?
All versions of Windows 10 are the same, but the Enterprise, Professional and Education are the only ones that have the capability to join to a domain.
With Windows 10, Microsoft keep hiding the control panels that we are all familiar with in Windows 7, any try to give us a “Modern UI” that does not enable us to navigate to them.
To remove a user profile, you need to have administrator privilege.
Press Windows button and type “sysdm.cpl” , then click on the best match sysdm.cpl
- When the System Properties opened, select the Advanced tab.
- On Advanced tab click Setting under User Profiles. Don’t click Settings under Performance.
- Select the user account profile you want to delete it.
- Click Delete button and click Yes to accept and remove user profile completely from your system.
Want to do it via powershell?
http://britv8.com/powershell-manage-user-profiles/ for tips on how to figure out what profiles should and should not be removed
Want to get rid of old user profiles that have been not used for a long time?
Want to do it via a group policy?
With a Group Policy you can delete profiles that have aged.