Windows XP Professional Multiple Domain

I have one domain server at my home and one domain server at my office. How can I create list of both domains, so when I want to login to my laptop I will get both domains listed in LOG ON TO field. I am using Windows XP Professional operating system in my laptop..Please help..
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
Windows can't do this natively.  Your PC cannot be a member of two domains at the same time.  UNLESS you use a third party application like NetSwitcher from
You shouldn't want to do that.  Every time you logged in you would get a different profile with different desktops and different my documents and different favorites, mail settings, etc.  One computer, one user, one profile.

Use one profile and map network resources using a batfiles or whatever.  You can access multiple domains and workgroups from the same profile reguardless of what domain that profile may belong to.


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