User Profile Corruption is one the most costly, and common aspects of desktop management. It is a time-consuming IT task which also impacts the business through loss of user productivity and high service desk support costs.
For many organizations, when profile corruption occurs, SLAs force IT to spend a predefined amount of time troubleshooting and trying to fix the corrupt profile, often leaving the user locked out of their desktop and rendered unproductive.
After (hours of) time spent trying to fix the profile, the user profile is usually deleted, losing all existing user settings and forcing a user to then re-personalize their new standard desktop, a secondary task the consumes more time and
further reduces productivity.