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servicedesk
Champion Sweeper II
Hello!

I would like a report that tolds me if a computer has inactive profile folder/s in C:\users\. For exemple, a profile folder not modified in the last 3 months.

The idea is deploy the tool "Delprof" and restore some disk free space. In companies with roamings profiles where users set up their email accounts in Outlook could be very useful.

thanks

edit:
Filtering special users should be a must have, because if you had a default local account for all pc's may report a false positive...
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Susan_A
Lansweeper Alumni
Lansweeper can only scan the last modified date of specific files, not of folders, so finding inactive profile folders in the way you describe will not be possible.

Building a report based on the tblCPlogoninfo database table to identify users that haven't logged in in a while might be a workaround.

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Susan_A
Lansweeper Alumni
Lansweeper can only scan the last modified date of specific files, not of folders, so finding inactive profile folders in the way you describe will not be possible.

Building a report based on the tblCPlogoninfo database table to identify users that haven't logged in in a while might be a workaround.