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Syncing Different Systems

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#1 DorisMB1956


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Posted 03 April 2017 - 08:19 AM

I'm not sure where to put this thread, but I'll start here..I am really tired of changing a password or a secure change about a site and having to go to so many different computers to make the same change. I have synced the different computers, but they don't seem to make the connection. I use Last Pass to store passwords, wish used to work fine, but they seem to have made some changes that don't agree with a few of my systems, so I tried blur. but that seems a bit overwhelming. I have a HP Pavilion Desktop, Samsung Notebook, Google Pixle Phone, and Ipad.  Those are the major ones. I do have a Samsung Netbook also that I would like to include in that list eventually. Can someone help me get these synced so that I don't go crazy when I make a change in a password or something that I have to go through security to verify? This is both through Google and Microsoft accounts mostly but just want the computers talking together.

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#2 JohnnyJammer


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Posted 03 April 2017 - 05:56 PM

I dont use any password manager and after the latest exploit with LastPass, this has justified me not using one. people will disagree but its actually safer to write them down in a  book than leave any password online!


What you could look at seen as though you are in the server section, is get a  small home business server for around a thousand bucks and then set that up as a domain so you can then join yourpc's to said domaina nd then use roaming profiles.

So each time you login to a windows machine it will resync the whole user profile over each windows based computer.


It wont work for tablets and or a mac.

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