If you are using a virtual private network (vpn) to connect your computer to a remote location, you will probably be asked to upload your files to the network. These files will be stored and accessible to the other computers on the network. These files are stored, however, in the same place they are stored on your computer or network. This can cause a number of issues.
For instance, if you have a lot of files on your network it isn’t good practice to keep them in one location. It’s better to put them in a subfolder so the files aren’t cluttering up your computer. Another issue is that if you have many different types of media files to view and organize, you may want to make a folder for each type of file.
This can be a problem if you are running some applications from multiple desktops or if you move a lot of files around. You can try using vncviewer to share the same files, but this can be a very cumbersome process that can cause it to slow down your computer.