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    sync external hard drive and my documents on domain

    Looking at giving some staff external hard disks to move lage amounts of data between home and school.

    Has anyone found i good way of doing this . Want to be able to sync the school drive h: to the external hard disk then when they come back to replace any updated files on school drive h:
    dont want it sync their home pc stuff.

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    Personally, for data protection I would avoid that route. Teachers may have all the best intentions, but rarely understand the implications of personal data going out into the wild.
    I would go for a secure VPN system with a script to map drives. We are starting to roll this out here, also look to encrypt any laptop they take out of school.

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