Is Folder Redirection a good idea?

Is Folder Redirection a good idea?

Folder redirection remains a popular method of user data and profile management because it can improve the user experience by achieving two things: Faster logons – redirecting AppData out of the profile reduces the amount of data required to be copied locally at user logon.

Are roaming profiles a good idea?

The main reason roaming profiles are helpful is because they help people who need to use different workstations have a consistent environment. There’s no learning curve for a new desktop because the user interface is the same.

What replaced roaming profiles?

An alternative to roaming profiles is user environment virtualization.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of roaming profiles?

Roaming User Profiles present advantages and disadvantages. The advantage is that both personal settings and documents can follow the user from computer to computer. The potential disadvantage relates to the amount of network traffic that can be generated.

How to setup roaming profiles?

Add the Administrator security group to roaming users profiles (HIGHLY RECOMMEND)

  • Background upload of a roaming user profile’s registry file while user is logged on
  • Delete use profiles older than a specified number of days on system restart
  • How to enable roaming profiles?

    Hardware requirements. Roaming User Profiles requires an x64-based or x86-based computer; it isn’t supported by Windows RT.

  • Software requirements.
  • Considerations when using Roaming User Profiles on multiple versions of Windows.
  • How /to move roaming profiles?

    Roam Windows settings group policy

  • Do not synchronize Windows Apps group policy
  • Internet Explorer roaming in the applications section
  • How do I move roaming profiles?

    – Click the Windows Start button. The Start menu will open. – In the Search box at the bottom of the Start menu, type: %APPDATA%\\Thunderbird\\Profiles\\ without pressing Enter. A list of profiles will appear at the top of the Start menu. – Click on the profile folder you wish to open (it will open in a window).