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Windows 7: Is it possible ?

14 Jan 2010   #1
Scalion

Windows 7
 
 
Is it possible ?

Hi
I have a small buisness.
we have less then 10 computer

When someone go on a computer he can see he's user and login (what ever the computer he take)

I would like to have user connected(?) on network.
It's to avoid to (example) Copy Favorits link on every computer

Sorry if my english suck >.<


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14 Jan 2010   #2
mjwilson94

Window 7 Home Premium 64-Bit
 
 

Of course, you can simply create a Homegroup and connect all of these computers to the homegroup. I think this is what you were asking correct me if not please.
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14 Jan 2010   #3
aem

Windows 7 Ultimate 64Bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Scalion View Post
Hi
I have a small buisness.
we have less then 10 computer

When someone go on a computer he can see he's user and login (what ever the computer he take)

I would like to have user connected(?) on network.
It's to avoid to (example) Copy Favorits link on every computer

Sorry if my english suck >.<
Do you mean a live session or from an audit point of view? Both can be done.
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18 Jan 2010   #4
Scalion

Windows 7
 
 

Ok my computer are connected to a Homegroup (had to switch 'work' to 'home' network to be able to creat a homegroup (... ?))

On the computer wich i have created the homegroup i create another user login, but, how can i connect to this user with other Pc ?

How i want to make it work :
I have "Central PC" Wich i have created homegroup
And i have "Pc 1", "Pc2", etc.. and with those pc i want to be able to connect on a login i want.

What ever the pc i chose all shortcut/favorits link/saved cookie password are available, And if i (example) add a shortcut on desktop it will automaticly save on the login.

So what ever the pc i chose i will have my lastest save/changes/up to date.

btw aem i don't know what mean From an Audit point of view, can you be more clear ?
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19 Jan 2010   #5
aem

Windows 7 Ultimate 64Bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Scalion View Post
Hi
I have a small buisness.
we have less then 10 computer

When someone go on a computer he can see he's user and login (what ever the computer he take)

I would like to have user connected(?) on network.
It's to avoid to (example) Copy Favorits link on every computer

Sorry if my english suck >.<
I was going by what your wrote here.

Do you mean when someone logs on, you want to see what they are doing "live"...this is called spying on them.

The audit i i was talking able is just to to obtain information on who logs on to what machines.

On the computer wich i have created the homegroup i create another user login, but, how can i connect to this user with other Pc ?

To log into any pc, you need a user account active on that pc. You cannot log onto a pc with a user account that does not exist on that PC.

I have "Central PC" Wich i have created homegroup
And i have "Pc 1", "Pc2", etc.. and with those pc i want to be able to connect on a login i want.

What ever the pc i chose all shortcut/favorits link/saved cookie password are available, And if i (example) add a shortcut on desktop it will automaticly save on the login.

So what ever the pc i chose i will have my lastest save/changes/up to date.


This i believe you are wanting to create a roaming user profile.
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19 Jan 2010   #6
Scalion

Windows 7
 
 

Exact, (i guess??) It's roaming user profile i need.

But for this i absolutly need windows server or i can do this with windows 7 ?
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