User login issues (not loginging onto server but local machine)

Is it possible to setup a script on a users local machine that logs them into a windows SBS 2003 Standard edition server after they have logged into their local machine with a differnt username and password.

If so how does one do so and what would the syntax be.

Thanks
WoodentiggerAsked:
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dexterhomeCommented:
Why? If the machine is on the domain then all resouirces become available anyway. If machine is not on the domain then you can access the server on a peer basis as long as a user account on the server is available to be used. Once connected to a share the local machine machine can map and save the link with the server account credentials. Hope this helps.
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Brian PiercePhotographerCommented:
Why on earth would you want to do this it makes no sense. If your desire is to give the user total control of their machine then add their domain account to the Local Administrators Group - but be aware this will give them FULL control - with all that means on the local machinr.
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WoodentiggerAuthor Commented:
Client is a memberof mnore than one network and is a "migrant worker" He uses his lap Top in both environ's however one is server based the other peer to peer on a workgroup. To ensure accessability to shares on local his primary (peer -  to - peer metwork) i can't put him on the domain hence the need to try and stream line login process
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