Existing Windows 7/8.1 environment with Windows 2012 domain controller. Domain accounts configured to use roaming profiles. Works fine on existing clients copying just the "Roaming" sub-folder under AppData to the server. Specifically Local and LocalLow don't roam which has always been the case with Windows.
New Windows 10 Pro VM built and when the VM is restarted - causing the user to log off - it's copying all three sub-folders Roaming, Local & LocalLow to the roaming profile. Given that many apps store lots of temporary files & caches in Local & LocalLow, this behaviour really slows down log off. It also significantly increases the size of the roaming profile on the server.
Any ideas? I know that Windows 10 introduces the new v5 profile folder - which is where the three folders are ending up. Any references to anything in Windows 10 re: changes to the roaming profile system? All I can find is stuff about the new v5 profile.