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In TFS does the local folder need to be in the same folder as the services folder and can you run the same user on more than one computer?
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"does the local folder need to be in the same folder as the services folder " - no, you don't  need to.

"can you run the same user on more than one computer?" - as far as I know yes, assuming you have the exact same folders on all coputers where will login as user_x and you all your files are Checked In in ALL places except the one where you currently work on.
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