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Can a Mac join multiple domains?

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My boss has  MacBook Air and he moves between 2 companies with separate windows domains and active directories.  Right now he is only joined to one domain.  Can he join a second domain and login to one or the other?  How would this be set up?
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I am guessing you would have to set up two separate users on the Mac, one for each domain, and use Fast User Switching.
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Alternatively, you might have more luck using Thursby's AdmitMac software. I have seen many reports that it connects to Active Directory much more reliably than the builtin in Mac software. You download a free trial here:  http://www.thursby.com/products/admitmac
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What's Fast User Switching?  Sorry, but I'm not familiar at all with Macs.
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