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If you can provide the UEM log files, that will make it easier to troubleshoot. Please set the log level to DEBUG, log on, log off, disable or remove the settings, and log on again, and post your FlexEngine.log and FlexEngine-async.log here.
I have no log on/off scripts [...]
If you don't have a logoff script configured, I hope you're using UEM in NoAD mode... Otherwise, that will most probably be the explanation for the symptoms you're seeing: if you run UEM as a Group Policy client-side extension, you do need to configure a logoff script to run UEM. Anyway, your log files will also provide insight into that.
Thing is that everything UEM captures is also added into the writable volume.
If you want to control those settings only in UEM and outside of the writable there is a fairly easy solution to that. Just make sure to enable the Profile Cleanup option in the personalization setting of the application.
This removes the information from the writable during logoff or stopping the application (if directflex is enabled)
After blowing away the profiles (deleting the writables) and assigning new ones, I noticed that if Windows Settings were not tweaked in UEM, the settings would reflect whatever UEM had properly. And by Windows Settings I mean Display Language, Hide Drives, and Policy Settings (deprecated). So far, my solution is to not mess with these.
However, Profile Cleanup is enabled by default already. So I believe it's doing its job, but gets stuck if Windows Settings are involved. Let me collect and post logs on here. Will get back to you guys. Thanks, I really appreciate the feedback.
Sorry for my ignorance, but how do you properly enable profile cleanup? I always thought it was similar to a UEM config where you have to tell UEM what to cleanup from the local profile. Is that exactly what it is instead of Include/Exclude it is the Delete<Item>
EDIT: Derp as I was writing this comment noticed the neat little "Copy" button when you are under the tab. TIL