At my work, I ssh into a lot of Linux boxes (using MTPuTTY on win 7, though I can use anything if need be, up to and including dual booting Linux).
We are not set up so that people's home directories are stored in a centralized network location. Each box gets its own home directory with its own bash profile. Naturally, this makes any sort of bash customization impractical.
Is there a way to get SSH to send the profile instead? Or any other way for me to store the profile in a centralized location so that it is used by all of my logins on all of the boxes? I have full admin rights on my workstation, but I can't make configuration changes on the remote boxes.