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Using Cura 2.7 with same settings for different users and different PCs

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I've an Ultimaker 3 Extended connected with several PCs and several user profiles within the same Windows 10 graphic workastation.

My aim is to manage in a single place (eg. master workstation user) the different Cura settings (especially the materials profiles, with related costs) and then access - or copy - the same settings to all the users and PCs.

I've seen an EXPORT button in Preferences | Materials, but it only exports ONE material/filament at a time... so it's impossible to use it for several configured filaments.

How could I replicate these settings and keep in sync?

Do I need to manually copy some config files to the different machines? Where are they located? (I see the C:\users\username\AppData\local\cura\2.7\... folder structure, but... many files here...)

Many thanks in advance!

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