Updating a windows profile

12-Jul-2019 13:20

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Each computer that a user logs on to has a copy of the user's profile.

Because this profile is stored on the computer's hard disk, users who access several computers will have a profile on each one of them.

Personally I would not run the risk; here's what I do. Installed programs create their own folders in the typical default library folders. Bott, a geek I have some respect for, did something wrong in writing that article.The problem that many users experience after changing the name is that the name of the profile folder is not changed during the process.Say you have a user account Martin and a user profile folder under c:\users\Martin.Create a Windows Updates profile to manage the Windows Updates settings for Windows Desktop devices.The profile ensures that all your devices are up-to-date, which improves device and network security.

Personally I would not run the risk; here's what I do. Installed programs create their own folders in the typical default library folders. Bott, a geek I have some respect for, did something wrong in writing that article.

The problem that many users experience after changing the name is that the name of the profile folder is not changed during the process.

Say you have a user account Martin and a user profile folder under c:\users\Martin.

Create a Windows Updates profile to manage the Windows Updates settings for Windows Desktop devices.

The profile ensures that all your devices are up-to-date, which improves device and network security.

Windows 2000 provides several ways to manage user profiles: In Windows 2000 every user has a profile.