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Remove Old User Account Pictures In Windows 10 [UPD]

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Remove Old User Account Pictures In Windows 10 [UPD]

When you select a Windows 10 user account photo, it'll appear on the login screen, the Start menu, and various other places in Windows. If you don't want to have a profile photo at all, you'll need to replace it with something else, such as the default profile icon (an outline of a person). Once you replace the photo, you can delete your old profile photos. This wikiHow will teach you how to reset your Windows 10 user account photo to the default profile icon and delete your old profile photos.

At Windows login screen you can see a list of user accounts with a small picture next to each one. Actually, the same account picture is also shown at the top of the Start menu (or Start screen), and you can click it to log off and switch user accounts.

Is there a way to hide or remove the user picture at the login screen How to disable the user account picture from the Start menu Follow these steps and you can hide/remove current account picture completely in Windows 10/8:

When using a Microsoft account to sign-in, Windows 10 automatically uses your Microsoft account picture as user account picture on your PC. However, while using a local user account, you need to either use one of the default user account pictures or set your own.

Now, for some reason, you might want to get rid of old user account pictures from the page. You cannot simply right-click on these pictures and delete or remove them. Luckily, there is an easy way to remove old user account pictures in Windows 10.

I enabled Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\System\User Profiles\Delete User Profiles Older Than xxx GPO and apply to Windows 10 PCs. Dayes set to 90. Unfortunately, this didn't remove old data folders in C:\user. I checked the registry HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\System was added the REG_DWORD I'm using Win 2019 domain and Win 10 client PC's. Can someone help me to fix this The link which I use is -policy-how-to-automatically-delete-user-profiles-older-than-certain-number-of-days.aspx

Thank you for your valuable reply. I checked my environment, User profile data folder (C:\Users\abc) is older than 30 days (last modified date 18/02/2018) but NTUSER.DAT was recently updated. That is why GPO didn't remove old user profile from the PC. When i check the user profile sign-in tab, user profile modified the same as NTUSER.DAT date. The same day windows update was installed.

This seems to be ok - only one thing which is the account ive been logging in with including numerous times today has updated the timestamp to a date two days earlier..All other profiles accurate. I can see updated timestamps and that the GPO is applied in gpresult /r but the profiles arent being removed. I only have a 1 day period set as running against a test machine only any ideas what im missing here

Use the Remove-UserPhoto cmdlet to delete the photo associated with a user's account. The user photo feature allows users to associate a picture with their account. User photos appear in on-premises and cloud-based client applications, such as Outlook on the web (formerly known as Outlook Web App or OWA), Lync, Skype for Business and SharePoint.

Use the Remove-UserPhoto cmdlet to delete the user photo currently associated with a user's account. This cmdlet removes the photo from user's Exchange mailbox root.In on-premises Exchange, it also removes the user's photo from their Active Directory account. Administrators can also use the Exchange admin center (EAC) to delete user photos by accessing the Options page in the user's mailbox in Outlook on the web.

Under Profile List in the left pane, there are the subkeys, by clicking on which we need to detect the ProfileImagePath string value linked to the deleted user profile. Once we locate the required ProfileImagePath in the right windowpane, we need to remove it from the list.

3- You will find that even if you have removed the user account picture, yo


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