I have a client with SBS 2003 to which I am introducing Windows 7\nclients on a gradual basis, to mix with their existing XP client base.\nThe client's staff operate a hot-desking policy that is supported by\nroaming profiles, and I made it abundantly clear to management, in\nadvance of this, about the importance of users sticking to either XP or\nWin7 workstations. Of course, while the cat's away the mice will play...\n\n....with management away and a Win7 client user on vacation today, one\n(XP) user decided to make use of a Win7 workstation. Now, I can deal\nwith the issue and will now probably put in place policies that prevent\nusers from logging in locally to the wrong group of computers.\nManagement isn't too keen on this though. So, my question to you is:\ncan you assist me with any arguments as to the *specific* consequences\nof roaming users roaming 'too far'? Any and all help will be\nappreciated. Thanks.