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Q283676 - How to use the Alternate Configuration feature for multiple network connectivity in Windows XP
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Due to my work and a home network, I need to switch back and forth between a domain and a workgroup. I'm running XP Pro. However, I don't want two separate sets of files and preferences. Currently, I am working off my domain. How can I tell my workgroup to access the same files and preferences as my domain? I don't want to have two sets of folders that synchronize each other either. My hard drive is not big enough to handle that. Thanks!!!!