High Contrast setting in Windows 10 persists even after log off/on.
Major issue in education where users rely on roaming profiles to retain their accessibility settings. User switches to HC and any subsequent user inherits their settings.
Creates global problem for users in schools/colleges as next user may not know how to turn HC off.
Jason Ament commented
Or worse... the next user turns off HC and the original user that needs HC has to enable it again. Usually they will know how to do this, but it would be nice to have the setting user based and not system based.
Thanks for the feedback Fil. You can contact the enterprise Disability Answer Desk at aka.ms/eDAD who are best suited to assist with enterprise environments.