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User profile [Computer name]\ASPNET

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After installing the dot-NET framework on my PC, I see that a new user
profile has been created. I wouldn't bother if that would be just a new
'user' created, but why the whole profile? Do I need this profile or I can
go to Control panel / System / Advanced / User profiles and delete it? I do
all my PC needs from one single profile, and I don't need to hold more than
one. The ASPNET profile is also somewhat differently registered in the file
system - under the "C:\Documents and Settings", first there is a folder
named by local computer name, and then there is a folder "ASPNET", that
holds the different profile folders like "Application Data", "Desktop", and
all that.


-- Pavils
Nov 18 '05 #1
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