Writable Volume Profile

Hello everyone,

A question to see if anyone else has run into the issue...So I made the mistake a while ago with writeable assignments.  I changed a group, and several accounts logged into the desktop master image and was assigned a writable volume.  When this happened, the profile got captured and now I can't get the profile out of the registry.  From working with our SCCM folks, who are Windows genius's, they say the profile list GUID is a symlink to \REGISTRY\MACHINE\SnapVolumes XXXXXXXXX.  If trying to delete the registry key under profilelist I get access denied; no matter what I try.  Can I delete the key under the \REGISTRY\MACHINE\SnapVolumes and that's it?  Wondering if anyone else has run into this and how they solved it?  Thanks for any info.  



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