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how to cache credetialscredentials on Windows

I am a programmer and finance guy who is reluctantly in charge of IT, among any other more appropriate departments, at our eight person firm. I'm very new to IT, so please bear with me and assume I know very little.

We have a limited number of shared/vacation laptops that trade hands a lot. Despite my guidance, employees take off with a laptop that doesn't have their credentials cached so they can't login.

How can I cache all of the credentials to each of the traveling laptops? And is this wise? Suggestions welcome for alternative (free) solutions that solve this in a different way.

Thanks!

Laptop: Windows 7 without local admin rights, Server: Windows 2008 R2

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how to cache credetials

I am a programmer and finance guy who is reluctantly in charge of IT, among any other more appropriate departments, at our eight person firm. I'm very new to IT, so please bear with me and assume I know very little.

We have a limited number of shared/vacation laptops that trade hands a lot. Despite my guidance, employees take off with a laptop that doesn't have their credentials cached so they can't login.

How can I cache all of the credentials to each of the traveling laptops? And is this wise? Suggestions welcome for alternative (free) solutions that solve this in a different way.

Thanks!

Laptop: Windows 7 without local admin rights, Server: Windows 2008 R2

Been using Stackoverflow.com for some time. First time post on the Information Security part of StachExchange. I'm not even sure if this is a good place to post this question. Please let me know and I will go elsewhere.

Let me know if you need more information and I'll update the question.

how to cache credentials on Windows

I am a programmer and finance guy who is reluctantly in charge of IT, among any other more appropriate departments, at our eight person firm. I'm very new to IT, so please bear with me and assume I know very little.

We have a limited number of shared/vacation laptops that trade hands a lot. Despite my guidance, employees take off with a laptop that doesn't have their credentials cached so they can't login.

How can I cache all of the credentials to each of the traveling laptops? And is this wise? Suggestions welcome for alternative (free) solutions that solve this in a different way.

Laptop: Windows 7 without local admin rights, Server: Windows 2008 R2

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how to cache credetials

I am a programmer and finance guy who is reluctantly in charge of IT, among any other more appropriate departments, at our eight person firm. I'm very new to IT, so please bear with me and assume I know very little.

We have a limited number of shared/vacation laptops that trade hands a lot. Despite my guidance, employees take off with a laptop that doesn't have their credentials cached so they can't login.

How can I cache all of the credentials to each of the traveling laptops? And is this wise? Suggestions welcome for alternative (free) solutions that solve this in a different way.

Thanks!

Laptop: Windows 7 without local admin rights, Server: Windows 2008 R2

Been using Stackoverflow.com for some time. First time post on the Information Security part of StachExchange. I'm not even sure if this is a good place to post this question. Please let me know and I will go elsewhere.

Let me know if you need more information and I'll update the question.