My company deploys images with Microsoft Deployment Toolkit through Windows Deployment Server. Upon installation, the Local Administrator account works without issue. You can install software, perform administrative tasks, and reboot the machine without issue. The moment Windows Update is run (uses WSUS to manage updates) and the computer reboots, the local Administrative profile is set as a BACKUP profile. This means that when you re-login after the update, it creates a temporary profile that can do little Administrative tasks on the machine. Basic tools like System Services or even start menu search do not work. The only way I have found to fix this is to login with a Domain Admin account, delete the local administrator profile and any TEMP user profile in the C drive Users folder, and reboot the machine. This will make the Administrative profile reset and it will work as expected. Has anyone else had this issue? This often occurs with many of our machines when Windows pushes an update. Any way to prevent this or a quick fix solution?