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1 machine with 2 login method


reakyrok
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hi all

i have a notbook and it work in tow places

one place it work under domain controler and it has an Ip in 192.168.1.0 class

the second it work in workgroup ander IP class 10.0.0.0

i want it to login in the two places without change in configration every time

can u help me

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Hi,

the easiest way to do this is if you are only connected to one of the networks at a time is to choose the dhcp option "obtain ip address automatically" on the network

card tcp/ip property page.

This way it shall pick up the ip address it has been assigned on each network automatically.

Or are you trying to be connected to the 2 networks at the same time??

CB

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the easiest way to do this is if you are only connected to one of the networks at a time is to choose the dhcp option "obtain ip address automatically" on the network

This will not work because he needs one connection to a domain and another to a workgroup.

As far as I know there's no built-in possibility to handle this, but there are third-party tools available for this purpose. (MultiNetwork Manager)

HTH

JBlond

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Doh,

well pointed out Jblond,

silly of me,

Another way this could be done (even if it is a bit of work) would be

to creat another partition on the hdd,

if your current hdd is one large partition you would need something like

partition magic to shrink the original partition so that you can create a new one

from the free space.

Make your origianl partition part of the domain.

then create an image of the original setup and install this image onto your new

partition. Then make the changes required on the new partitions to become a

memeber of the workgroup.

Then you can select which partition to run when you boot up the notebook and by

doing this you are choosing between workgroup or domain but otherwise the

partitions will be identical.

But if JBlonds idea is in any way a solution for you then i suggest you take that

suggestion as it will involve less work.

FREE TRIAL VERSION OF PARTITION MAGIC WOULD DO THE JOB!

AND USE THISTRIAL VERSION OF ACRONIS TO CREATE THE IMAGE

CB

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