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12. Using Group Policy to Manage User De... > Managing User Data and Profile Setti...

Managing User Data and Profile Settings

An often-challenging task for many network administrators is the management of user data and profile settings. End users typically expect that their computing environment looks the same, no matter how or when they log on to the network. Users also expect that data is available when they need it, again no matter how or when they log on to the network.

The information that users work with is often business-critical and must be properly secured and managed. In most cases, company data is centrally stored on shared network folders and regularly backed up. Users are encouraged to store all company data in those shared folders; however, with increases in the mobile workforce, many users also store data locally on their portable computers to provide access to the files when they are not connected to the network.


  

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