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By tp6915 ·
Is it possible to join multiple domains? I am a member of a domain at work. I would also like to join the domain I have at home.

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by Curacao_Dejavu In reply to Multiple domains

Mo . it is not possible, you can be only member of 1 domain at the same time.

Depends of what your needs are, you can try to connect with remote administation client or a 3th party client (famatech.com, or a virtual networking computing 3.3.7 ) to your home.

Leopold

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by tp6915 In reply to Multiple domains

I have a laptop that I want use at home and be part of the network, using printers and shared files etc.

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by Sulls In reply to Multiple domains

I am in a similar situation and have got round it by leaving my laptop in WORKGROUP. As my username and password are the same on all networks I visit, it automatically lets me in. Whatever you do, please don't leave mapped drives in Explorer as this will mean a slow boot of windows as it is trying to find them. I have batch files on my desktop to map drives to networks.

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by kevin.trimmer In reply to Multiple domains

I also am haveing the same problem, it is the profiles that you have to use for each domain that are the root of the problem, I think, the answer of sulls is the correct way to go , you log in locally to the laptop/workgroup the access the domain resouses through the back door, the you always use the same profile and use the domain as you like.If you read this though sulls , I would like to see a sample of your batch files for mapping the network drives.
cheers kev

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