Logging into a PC when it’s not connected to it’s network

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PCs
Windows 7
We've been able to do this as long as the PC has a fairly current User Profile stored on it locally. However, at some point, we have to "refresh" that locally stored User Profile by logging back into the PC when it's connected to it's network. After that, we can log back into the PC when it's not connected to it's network. Does anybody know how long a locally stored User Profile will allow logins off network before it has to be "refreshed" again?


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Windows 7
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We currently deal with this situation here on the DOD domain.  All profiles are cached for up to 30 days before the user must log onto the computer while it is connected to the Domain Controller (DC) and refresh it’s credentials.

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