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I have a couple of desktop computers running windows xp that are set up on a wireless network what I am trying to do though is set it up to where if I log on to any computer I have my settings on that computer. All the tutorials I am searching just tell me how to set up the network I have it set up I just want to add users where they can log on to any computer and have their settings show up. Any suggestions of tutorials that cover this for Windows xp?

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What you are asking for has nothing to do with wireless. It is called setting up an Active Directory domain with roaming profiles. To do this you need a Windows Server 2000/2003/2008/2008R2 machine to act as the Domain Controller, so unless you want to spend the $$ on that, you can't do what you are asking for in a home environment.

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Ok thanks learned something new. – waterfallrain Jun 25 '10 at 2:09
@waterfallrain - No problem. If you are satisfied that this answers your question, you can click the check mark under the voting to the left of my answer. – MDMarra Jun 25 '10 at 2:27

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