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2 Domains on a Laptop

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I have Win2k installed on my laptop I use for work and at home.  I recently build a NT4.0 server to fool with a home.  I want the laptop to be able to log into both the domain a work and my domain at home.  When I add the computer to my domain a work it uses a whole new profile, I would like to use the same profile for both domains.  It also removes the home domain from the drop down box on the log in screen and replaces it with the work domain.  I would like if they were both in the drop down box on the log in screen.
Can this be done?
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Your machine can only be a member of 1 NT domain.  You can log in to any Domain that is Trusted by the Domain that your machine is a member of (which probably doesn't work with your home/work domains).  Check out a product called netswitcher (www.netswitcher.com).  It will keep track of your network settings for both locations and let you switch back and forth easily.
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