Is it normal for the Zen agent to create a GroupPolicy.UserCache folder in
the Default User folder on Windows XP SP2 when using the Cache User
Configuration option in Windows Group Policies? Lately, I've noticed that
is exactly what's happening. It seemed to start after we starting using
the SP1 version of the Zenworks Desktop Management Agent. Unfortunately,
when this group policy folder is in the Default User folder, after someone
new to a computer logs in, the computer sits at a blue screen right after
login. If we delete the GroupPolicy.UserCache folder from the Default User
folder, then let a new person log in, or delete it from existing user
profiles, everything works fine. Furthermore, the folder seems to come
back after a while. Any input would be greatly appreciated.