In any Windows system when any one talk about different profiles immediately it should be understood that each users has their own account. I would be defeting the purpose to create users and as them to use the same profiles in the same computer. Just a point to make. Kind of obvious each users has their own Windows account.
Wroot, I am not sure is you ever used Windows systems but it is very much the same as creating user under *nix when creating users. Each users has their account under /home/$USER individually, you don’t mount the same home directory for two or more users.
BTW I just downloaded the version 2.6 and when I log under my regular user account the auto login log me with my credentials, howervern when I log as a Domain Administrator or local Administrator it logs me with my regular users creentials. Keep in mind the the admin accounts can read the %HOMEDIR%\Application Data\ folder as they have full control access in the system
Yes, I thought I saw something similar but it could be fix for regular users but the bug for the Amin access could still be there. Just something to think about it.