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Tutorial: Working with Roaming Profiles

Roaming user profiles allow users to log on to any workstation within a domain and be greeted with their personalized combination of settings and applications, no matter which machine they’re using. User profiles in Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 2000 function in basically the same way—they both support local, roaming, and mandatory profiles. Windows 95/98/Millennium Edition (Me) clients also support roaming user profiles, but they work a little bit differently. This article explains how to create roaming user profiles and administer them in a network based on Windows 2000 Server with various Windows clients. more. . .

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