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To invoke autodeletion of roaming profiles from the local workstation cache (disk storage), use the Group Policy Editor to create a file called NTConfig.POL with the appropriate entries. This file needs to be located in the netlogon share root directory.

Windows clients need to be members of the domain. Workgroup machines do not use network logons, so they do not interoperate with domain profiles.

For roaming profiles, add to smb.conf:

logon path = \\%N\profiles\%U
# Default logon drive is Z:
logon drive = H:
# This requires a PROFILES share that is world writable.
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