Connecting to other domain profile


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Guest

I have a client that is currently on site at our location and I have joined
his XP laptop to our domain so that he could use our network resources. I am
wondering if there's any way that I can rejoin him to his other domain so
that he can access resources that he has set up under that profile, and so
that he doesn't have to worry about reconnecting to his domain when he gets
back to the home office. I know that there is probably no way to do this,
but I appreciate any help. Also, if we can not reconnect to that profile
now, will he be given an entirely new profile when he reconnects to the home
office domain? Thank you for all your help.
 
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Guest

Thanks for the tip. That may help the next time I need to connect someone to
our network, but right now I need to get him logged back in using his profile
from his home domain, then I can use that method to connect him to our
network. Any other suggestions? All help is very much appreciated. Thanks,
Andy
 
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Richard G. Harper

There is no way to do what you want to do. Removing a PC from a domain or
moving it to a new domain is a one-way process. BUT, if you and your client
both refrain from the temptation of messing with things too much, when the
laptop is re-joined to the work domain it will allow him to use his existing
domain logon and resources again.

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