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1 PC needs to connect to 2 domains (not at the same time of course)

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Our office uses a Windows 2003 Server for which I do 80% of my work.
I need to connect to a customer's network on a regular basis. They are using Windows Server SBS2003 R2 Premium.

Our corporate computer uses its own domain. In my PC Domain dropdown list I have a selection of over 50 domains to choose from. I am only configured with my PC to connect to one of the 50 corporate domains which is OK with me.

The customer site uses its own domain and as I understand it, Windows 2003 SBS cannot setup a trust relationship to allow me the option to log on to the customer's site...

As I see it, I have essentially one option...dual-boot my hard drive, one network for our corporate, one for the customer's network...

I can live with this if need be...but it makes it a little difficult to share files from my corporate to the customer's network etc... Again, I can live with it but I am looking for a better solution if anyone has one...
Thanks,
Steve
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