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Old 01-11-2018, 06:23 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by speedmonkey View Post
i could go to any of the computers at work and punch in my user : pass and it would come up with pretty close to my exact setup that i had at my departments computer.
For Windows, this is known as Roaming User Profile. There doesn't seem to be a specific name for it in the Unix world, I guess because the solutions to the problem involve combining a couple of things, e.g., putting /home on NFS + LDAP, as suggested by previous posters.
 
  


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