I need help with figuring this one out, maybe I've been looking for so long I am overlooking the obvious. A bunch of standalone Win7 computers in a library (or coffeeshop or whatever). No servers, no domain. What we want is for anyone in the room to be able to sit down at a computer and log on, do stuff (we will configure some local policies to restrict what they can and can't do). This would be with either the guest account or a local standard user account with no password. Trouble is, if they change anything we want it to go away so the next person gets a "clean" experience. I think the easiest thing to do would be to setup the Default User profile with all the desired default settings so that any time a "new" user logs on it creates a "new" profile. The trouble is, how to automatically delete the profile whenever the user logs off or the computer is shut down. I found something called "delprof" but it's from the XP era. I found some stuff mentioning WMI and powershell but for that I am clueless. I found some reference to "Windows 7 Guest Mode" which is exactly what I want, but was scrapped before RTM. All I need is how to make it so when the user logs off, next time that user logs on they get a brand new profile as if they'd never used the machine before. Any ideas, thanks.