What are the 3 types of user profiles for user accounts?
Types of User Profiles
- Local User Profiles. A local user profile is created the first time that a user logs on to a computer.
- Roaming User Profiles. A roaming user profile is a copy of the local profile that is copied to, and stored on, a server share.
- Mandatory User Profiles.
- Temporary User Profiles.
What is in a user profile?
A user profile is a collection of settings and information associated with a user. It contains critical information that is used to identify an individual, such as their name, age, portrait photograph and individual characteristics such as knowledge or expertise.
What is profile home folder?
A home folder is a private network location where users can store personal files. When you create the home folder on a network server, users can access it from any computer on the network. Administrators can use this centralized storage area to easily backup important network files.
How do I set up home folder?
How to Create Home Folder in Active Directory Domain Services in Windows Server 2012 R2
- Step 1: Create a folder in one of your hard disk drives.
- Step 2: Right-click the folder you created in above step and scroll the menu.
- Step 3: Click Advanced Sharing.
- Step 4: Check the text box Share this folder.
Why do we need user profile?
Why Create a User Profile? User profiles are the driving force for the organisation and will determine things like what language is used in your app. They provide focus and insight on, who your users are and how they like to work in your app. They offer a range of insights.
What is the difference between an administrator and user account?
Administrators have the highest level of access to an account. If you want to be one for an account, you can reach out to the Admin of the account. A general user will have limited access to the account as per the permissions given by the Admin.