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By teo ·
There is two domains, sometimes I am logon to domian A and sometimes to domian B. If I want to logon to domain B, I have to change the setting at the network setting. Is there a way to pre-configure the setting for the two domains and probably usingprofile or other way to logon ? I am using windows 98

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by andrew.henry In reply to Logon To Different Domain

Your best bet would be to set a two-way trust between both domains, it's not that hard to implement and any NT Server for the Enterprise book should contain enough info to help you set this up.

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by teo In reply to Logon To Different Domain

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by Inspectorclave In reply to Logon To Different Domain

I agree, your best bet is to establish a trust relationship between both domains PDC's. However, what settings are you changing? If the domains are not trusted and you have a user account in both domains under the same username, the only thing youneed to specify is the domain that you want to logon to. That is done at logon. There should be no other settings that need to be changed.

HTH,
Inspectorclave
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by kneighbor In reply to Logon To Different Domain

The trust should alreday be done? Even so if you are using a 9X client. You can just type the domain name in when you log on. I have several domains that are trusted. If a user comes from a differnt location and logs into a 9X machine then I just change the domain name at the login screen, Plain but easy and works, alot easier than changing it.everytime in the network props! Nt would be the way to go. :)Hope this helps

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