Version control novice here. Read through git docs, watched videos on git. 
One of the advantages being talked about is the ability to have entire 
project repository on user workstation. In my company there is major effort 
going on to make user workstation as thin clients where it has much less 
software than it used to. So if we are already accessing stuff via 
network(vpn), what advantage is having distributed version control. Also 
our thin client images sometimes gets lost and they restore from last back 
up if possible. I loose file on c drive all the time. Would that mean I 
have to put git repository on network drive? So am nervous advocating use 
of distributed VC where repositories end up on unstable workstations. 
Please help me understand so I can turn my team git as well. Thanks

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