|we are updating the free tutorial on regular basis . Please keep in touch in future to watch update
Undernoted courses basic learning have been illustrated to learn the basic of the the all courses tutorials. After Buying the exam voucher , you will get 40hrs courses extra to complete the project base tutorials through office 365 / shere point platform . for that you required to learn oneNote .
You have selected free tutorial of the Microsoft Corporation for the Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) :
98-349: MTA: Windows Operating System Fundamentals : Module 2: Understanding Operating System Configuration :
every user that logs onto a Windows system, there is a corresponding user profile that stores the user's personal settings. when a user logs on to a computer, system creates a user profile the first time and and or subsequently on logons, the system loads the user's profile, and then other system components configure the user's environment according to the information in the profile.
Types of User Profiles
- Local User Profiles. Local profiles are Windows user profiles that are stored directly on the desktop computer or laptop. A local user profile is created the first time that a user logs on to a computer. The profile is stored on the computer's local hard disk. Changes made to the local user profile are specific to the user and to the computer on which the changes are made. local profiles are machine-specific. If a user logs on to another computer
- Roaming User Profiles. Windows roaming profiles which is similar to local profiles in that they store user settings and data. The difference is that roaming profiles are stored on a network server rather than on individual devices. No matter which desktop or laptop a user logs onto, the user's profile will follow him.A roaming user profile is a copy of the local profile that is copied to, and stored on, a server share. This profile is downloaded to any computer that a user logs onto on a network. Changes made to a roaming user profile are synchronized with the server copy of the profile when the user logs off. The advantage of roaming user profiles is that users do not need to create a profile on each computer they use on a network.
- Mandatory User Profiles. Mandatory profiles are used when employees are not permitted to customize their profiles so, a mandatory user profile is a type of profile that administrators can use to specify settings for users. Only system administrators can make changes to mandatory user profiles. Changes made by users to desktop settings are lost when the user logs off.
- Temporary User Profiles. Sometimes Windows 7 may not read your correct user profile properly, instead, load with temporary profile which will look completely different. So, a temporary profile is issued each time that an error condition prevents the user's profile from loading. Temporary profiles are deleted at the end of each session, and changes made by the user to desktop settings and files are lost when the user logs off. Temporary profiles are only available on computers running Windows 2000 and later.
- Local User Profiles
- Roaming User Profiles
- Mandatory User Profiles
- Temporary User Profiles
- Profiles Directory
- User Environment Variables
- Fast User Switching
Your Salary Above $ 66000... Click ...
Ohh! You want More.... be game developer of your choice $ 102000 ....
|This is Free Tutorial for the user Who will puchase Exam vouture of Microsoft, Adobe, Autodesk
User Name: Date: Count Numer of Free Visit: