Hi All, At present we run a bank of XenApp servers (virtualised) for the bulk of our users. Currently user profiles are stored as citrix roaming profiles back to a DFS share. Now the problem we have is due to tight disk allocations, staff occasionally dump too much data on desktop etc, which during logoff the profile getting save to the store doesn't happen (timeout trying to save too much data) and the profile gets left on that server. I am proposing a script to run when the server reboots (which is nightly) to cleanup any profiles (except Public/Administrator etc) so that the server is fresh and clean for logons each morning. Would there be any reason I shouldn't do this? Obviously I know there are people who will potentially lose data, but that will come down to education and taking responsibility, as staff are continually told to store their data on the network where it is backed up.