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Roaming Win95 policies

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How does one go about setting up policies for Win95 PCs in a Windows NT network? How do you setup roaming policies so that desktop configurations follow the user from PC to PC
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On the server:
make sure that every user has a home directory
User Manager-> "Select a user"-> Properties-> Profile-> Home Directory
in the login script use:
net use drive: /home /y

On the windows 95 systems:
Make sure the users login to the domain:
Start-> Settings-> Control Pannel-> Network-> Configuration-> Client for Microsoft Networks-> Properties-> Log on to Windows NT domain
Make sure the users have a profile:
Start-> Settings-> Control Pannel-> Passwords-> User Profiles->
check the following:
- Users can customize their preferences ...
- Include desktop ....
- Include Start Menu ...
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