NT Multi Domain Login

Is it possible to log into more than one NT domian when running win 95 or Win 98?  The user ID and PW is different in these separate domains.
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baghiCommented:
No.
The user must logoff and logon again and providing in logon box the correct information: username, password, domainname.
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TooKoolKrisCommented:
You can't login to 2 domains at one time, however you can access resources from multiple Domains at one time.
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baghiCommented:
To TooKoolKris:
No, that is not correct: "...., however you can access resources from multiple Domains at one time."
Why, because with Win95 or Win98 you can not make a command like this:
net use t: \\srv_other_Domin\share
If you want to do that you must have the same username and same password in both NT-Domain. You can do this with NT-Machine. The command is: net use t: \\srv_other_Domin\share /user:XXXX password, or when you omit password, you will be prompted to type your password. The net.exe from Win95 or Win98 ist not the same as the one in NT.
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TooKoolKrisCommented:
First of all it is correct becuase I've been doing everyday for the last 4 years. You can map to resources in any Domain as long as you have a trust to that Domain and an account that gives you the rights to the resources. You need to open your books for another look my friend.
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baghiCommented:
Dear TooKoolKris!
This is correct:"You can map to resources in any Domain as long as you have a trust to that Domain and an account that gives you the rights to the resources".
Look at your first comment, There is no point to trusting domains. That is why your first comment is not correct or  not completely correct.
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TooKoolKrisCommented:
If this user is in need of resources from multiple domains then there is defenitly a need for some kind of trust. That is unless the user perfers to change the domain name every time he needs access to resources in a different domain. With trusts in place the user can run one simple login script to map him to any resource troughout the multiple domains.
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