Multiple users accessing there data from multiple machines (via domain server)

Caleb 1 Reputation point
2022-02-03T21:16:25.14+00:00

Disclaimer: I'm very new to server management (Windows Server Manager 2019) so please bare with me (any advice helps).

So I work for a company that has a Physical (Dell) domain server. All computers (Windows 10 Pro)/users within the company are registered on that server.

When someone logins into their assigned computer with their server credentials, all of their files and folders are on the desktop, etc.

But if they need to work on another computer and they login, none of the data transfers over to that machine.

Is there a way to have everything transfer from machine to machine when that person logins?

I have seen this done before in many businesses but never knew how its done.

I am not sure if this can be done with a physical server (I would assume so).

Any advice or help on this would be greatly appreciated.

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  1. Caleb 1 Reputation point
    2022-02-03T22:56:12.347+00:00

    I'll have to read the document from microsoft you sent me and play around with it. As I stated, I'm new when it comes to most of this stuff. I was hoping for a "Readers Digest Version" on how to do what I'm looking for. Currently looking to see if other people can help me.

    Thanks for the document though.