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How to Login on Multiple Windows Servers

By lumberdruid3489 ·
How can I configure Windows clients to login to Windows 2000 Server and other Windows-based servers simultaneously?

And how if the servers are located on different domains?

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by dbowlin In reply to How to Login on Multiple ...

Create an Active Directory Forest/Tree structure with the domains you want people to have access to. The transitive trusts created this way will allow a user to have access to any resource you where you have granted them permission anywhere within the forest.

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by CG IT In reply to How to Login on Multiple ...

well, answer # 1 is good but you'll have to have the servers run in a seat mode. CALS work in 2 ways. Server & Seat. Server allows 1 connection to 1 server per CAL. Seat allows multiple server connections per CAL.

Other thing are TCP/IP and how to set that up to provide multiple connections through one or two interfaces , how to display it in a graphic interface, and how to have the O/S on a client/workstation allow it without getting confused and being monstrously slow. Remote Administration is much like what you want to do, but it's terribly slow graphics wise on a LAN. Would be even worse on a WLAN.

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