Windows Domain Account Cached on Local Windows 7 System


Why my domain account profile is cached on my local Windows 7 system?



Your IT department configures the domain account to be cached on your local Windows 7 system mainly to allow you to login when your local system is offline (not connected to the domain).

For example, when you login to your laptop in your office, your laptop is connected to domain. The domain controller will cache your domain account profile to your laptop. When you take your laptop home, and try to login with your domain account, the cached profile including username and password will authenticate your login.


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