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Introduction User Profile Structure Enhancements to User Profiles for Windows XP How to Configure a Roaming User Profile Security Considerations when Configuring Roaming User Profiles Best Practices for User Profiles Folder Redirection Overview How to Configure Folder Redirection Security Considerations when Configuring Folder Redirection Best Practices for Folder Redirection Related Technologies: Offline Files and Synchronization Manager Common Scenarios for Intelli Mirror User Data and Settings Features Summary Appendix: Group Policy Settings for Roaming User Profiles Related Links A user profile describes the desktop computing configuration for a specific user, including the user’s environment and preference settings.
A profile is created the first time that a user logs on to a Windows XP, Windows 2000, or Windows NT® Workstation–based computer.
A user profile is a group of settings and files that defines the environment that the system loads when a user logs on.
It includes all the user-specific configuration settings, such as program items, screen colors, network connections, printer connections, mouse settings, and window size and position.