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However as Windows Vista and Windows 7 now uploads the profile asynchronously loading the profile via a higher latency lower bandwidth link is not so noticeable unless the users has never logged on to that computer before.
Amazingly I am not going to recommend the per computer Group Policy method as there is no way you can get around not having a roaming profile if you logon as an administrator.
Now theoretically User State Virtualization can be totally done with just a Roaming Profile, however this quickly becomes impractical as users often store a LOT of data which can make users profile impossibly large.
To get around this Microsoft users folder redirection to essentially redirect parts of a users profile to a file share on a server where it is centrally access whenever they logon to a computer.
This is a real show stopper as I think it is really bad for administrator accounts should not be encumbered with “crud” in their profile when logging onto a computer.
Therefore I recommend the per user roaming profile configuration method, which is made much easier to do with the multiple user attribute update option you get with the newer version of Active Directory Users and Computers.
While configuring the roaming profile path on the users account is now far easier with the multiple user attribute update feature this still left the setting configured for each individual users and unless you do an audit of all the user account it is possible that some path’s could be setup incorrectly.
Windows 8 and 8.1 now has another version of roaming profiles which are incompatible with the Windows Vista/7 versions (
As of the November 2013 Windows 8.1 update there is now a registry key you can set to spawn a .v3 profile to avoid conflicts with older versions of the profile.
In this section I will go through (in no particular order) the Group Policy settings I recommend you configure for setting up roaming profiles.
Computer Configuration Windows Vista provides little information about the status of loading or unloading roaming profiles during user logon and logoff.