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Handling laptops that authenticate in Active Directory

Posted on 2006-07-10
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Hey guys,

I'm wondering if you all could give me some advise in setting up laptops that authenticate into Active Directory; access shared folders on a file server and constantly go out of the office for work.

I'm wanting to use EFS and Offline files, but I can't find any tutorials anywhere.  I have the MCSE books for the 70-290; 70-291; 70-293; and 70-294 available to help me out.

Anyone know of any good tutorials and anyone have any extra tips that they use when handling laptops in a network?

Thanks
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