You have an Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) tenant named Adatum.com that includes the following users:
? User1, who is a member of a group named Group1.
? User2, who is a member of a group named Group2.
The following Windows 10 computers are joined to Adatum.com:
? Computer1, which is a member of a group named GroupA.
? Computer2, which is a member of a group named GroupA.
? Computer3, which is a member of a group named GroupB.
Enterprise State Roaming in Adatum.com is enabled for Group1 and GroupA only. Choose all that apply:
Enterprise State Roaming (ESR) can be enabled only for users. If device accounts are in a group for which you enable ESR, device accounts are ignored.
If User1 modifies the desktop background on Computer1, User1 will have the modified background when he is signed in to Computer2. ESR is enabled for Group1, which User1 is member of. Desktop background is one of the settings that is roamed by ESR. Because ESR is enabled for User1, the modified desktop background will be visible on all Windows 10 computers on which User1 signs in. That means that the modified desktop will be used also when User1 signs in to Computer3.
If User2 modifies the desktop background on Computer1, User2 will not have the modified background when he is signed in to Computer2. ESR is not enabled for User2 (or for Group2, which User2 is member of). This means that if User2 performs customization at one computer, those customizations will not roam and will not be used when User2 signs in to a different computer.