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Configuring 95 for multiple IP addresses

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Moving laptops between different sites causes problems with the IP address.  On different sites the IP address must be set to a different value.  Is there a method of doing this without using DHCP?
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Try using 2 windows profiles. Login with a different username for one network and another name for the other network. This should keep the Network settings seperate.
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