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How will Roaming Profiles behave - Win7 on XP network

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  • 1. How will Roaming Profiles behave − Win7 on XP network How will Roaming Profiles behave − Win7 on XP network Source: http://www.tech−archive.net/Archive/Windows/microsoft.public.windows.server.sbs/2010−04/msg00347.html • From: "Nick" <NoOne@xxxxxxxxxxx> • Date: Fri, 9 Apr 2010 17:08:13 +0100 To be more specific the client has all XP workstations on their SBS2003 network. They make full use of roaming profiles. Now they want some new laptops which may have to be Win7; I am having trouble ensuring that there are XP drivers available for many of the newer laptops, most are Win7 only. Question is will XP & Win7 user profiles play well together or will that mixture cause problems? If we had a user using say XP in the office but Win7 on their laptop would that cause any problems, also what about if they then logged onto someone elses XP workstation, would that cause any issues? Thanks, Nick . How will Roaming Profiles behave − Win7 on XP network 1

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