ProFile is targeted to have a new back up feature in 2019.1.0 . As has been reported in notifications, ProFile Review will be retired November 25,2019. It will be replaced by the new ProFile back up feature. This new feature will allow storing current year files from all modules in the cloud for access on any computer that has ProFile installed.
ProFile does support a remote server environment as well as terminal server environments. This may not be the setup you require just to have access to files at various locations although documentation is available if you are interested.
Intuit ProFile is aware that various users use dropbox, One Drive, etc to store files. ProFile is not tested for use where this type of storage is used as primary file storage or a back up.
Hope this helps
Watch for the new back up to cloud feature coming soon!
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