lesterb wrote:Neto wrote:Back again with my growing hatred (did I just say hatred? Dislike.) of Windows 10. Networking in Windows 7 was already flaky compared to XP, and now Win 10 is a good deal worse. (I'm referring to a mixed network, where some systems are 7, others, 10. The Win 7 system fairly quickly finds and gives access to the Win 10 system, but I've only seen the win 10 system briefly - until the nest restart - give access to the Win 7 system. A good bit of the time it cannot even see itself.)
In win 7 (after deploying IE 11.0), I started using a PerMachine Proxy configuration, and assumed that it would work the same in Win 10. Not so. So for now I'm stuck with setting up word processors with the PerUser approach. (I have had it working as PerMachine, but then it randomly works and then doesn't work, and I had added Registry keys in several locations, because it's very difficult to identify where the controlling setting is located.)
I could go on with other things I don't like about it, but I'll let it rest. (I'm starting to think that I owe Microsoft an apology for all of the bad things I said about Vista way back when.)
You should be using Windows Enterprise for what you're doing, probably.
Thanks for the reply. I have recently seen comments which suggest that this might be a better fit. Where would you suggest getting the licenses? (I checked on the newegg website, and they do not seem to sell it.) Is it available as an upgrade? (I have more than ten win 10 licenses in stock currently.)
[Edit: I cannot even find it on the Microsoft Store site.]