Change default prefs folder, Windows 10 and 11

I run LightBurn on two laptops, one in my home office (Windows 11, big screen attached, etc.) and one in the garage (Windows 10, connected to my xTool Pro). For convenience, I store all data that I can on my NAS, visible to both computers. I would like to set the folder path where LightBurn stores its prefs file, but I see no way of doing this. Yes, I know I can export the prefs file from one computer to a NAS location, and then import it on the other computer, but that takes a lot of mouse clicks, and I have to remember whether I need to do that. Ideally, LightBurn would do this automatically, just by closing the program on one computer and opening it on the other. Anyone out there have any suggestions for this?

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