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-As far as the two IP thing… sure is.
Go into the control panel, and Network Connections, and look at the TCP/IP settings.
You’ll be able to multi-home it.
-The easiest way is to create a trust relationship between the two domains. Then you’ll be able to jump. Assuming rights are in place.
I don’t think you can log into more than one domain. The pc requires a computer account for the domain it belongs to and there isn’t any method that I could find to add a second name to it’s network id.
I should add you could use a vpn connection to one of the domains. This would get you access to the network resources of the “other domain”. This vpn connection could also be assigned a static address and would eliminate the need to multi-home your nic.