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Can I have one user for two computers?

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nesHoarder

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Is it possible to have one user account that exists on both computers I have set up in my homegroup? Like so instead of having multiple downloads folders and documents folders and stuff that have to view through homegroup, I want one integrated user containing the libraries from both computers. I'm running windows 7 Home Premium on both computers.


Edited by nesHoarder, 21 November 2014 - 03:31 PM.

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http://windowsitpro....op-virtual-desk

Should help you get a better understanding of such technologies as they do exist, however maybe not appropriate for you're environment.  


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