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I have one Laptop. I work in two diferent office. each office have a diferent gateway and i have to use a diferent IP. so each time i shift office i have to go and change the gateway and ip and workgroup. is there a software of some sort that I could somehow have two profile for network  so I can load one profile for one Office and another for the other office. I am using XP but the way
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by:rhandels
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Why don't the offices use DHCP. Then your ip information will be givin to you automatically.
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by:Gareth Gudger
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http://www.netswitcher.com/

This will do network profiles for you.
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If one of your offices uses DHCP and the other doesn't (this is often true when you have an at-work office and a home office), you can use the built in "Alternate Configuration" feature of XP.  This MSKB article describes how to configure it and the situations in which it is an effective solution:

http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=283676

Hope this helps,
-jdm
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by:b_sonon
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Sorry it took a while to give the points I had to run a full test to confirm :) . diggisaur sugestion seemed good but the answer from following works better.
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