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Topic Title: How to use roaming profiles successfully
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Created On: 09/28/2022 03:50 PM
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 How to use roaming profiles successfully   - blulak - 09/28/2022 03:50 PM  
 How to use roaming profiles successfully   - Lunis Orcutt - 09/28/2022 06:20 PM  
 How to use roaming profiles successfully   - Stephan Kuepper - 09/29/2022 02:42 AM  
 09/28/2022 03:50 PM
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Hi, I hope this is the right forum to ask. I am current using dragon medical practice 4 and have been wondering how do people set up roaming profiles to use between two pcs. Currently I am using dragon on my desktop and laptop. I create a roaming profile on a mapped drive (actually it is through Pccloud) from my laptop and it works fine. However, I cannot open that same profile on my desktop through Pccloud (after already existing my laptop). It gives me an error like "roaming profile failure", then "the speech engine returned the following error: cantcopyfile". I made sure the local roaming folder is on my desktop where it is writable.

I believe the problem may be uploading/downloading from Pccloud itself. However, I can simply copy the folder containing the profile from pccloud and open it just fine, so it doens't seem the profile is corrupted when it is saved on Pccloud. Similarly, I can export the profile from my laptop on a thumb drive and uses it on my desktop with no errors. So I basically just cannot load the roaming profile directly.

I am just wondering if anyone uses roaming profile and would you mind sharing how do you set it up? Maybe I can just copy from what you do and go from there. Thank you so much in advance!

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