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CALAM

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how do I set up a windows 7 computer so that

 

1) the user can log into the machine and always see the same home screen (same 'my documents folder; same bookmarks, etc in internet explorer or google chrome), access the same Outlook (which has several email accounts).

 

but also

 

2) when physically connecting the network cord at building A, connecting to network A and have access to the drives, folders, files, and programs associated with network A

3) when physically connecting the network cord at building B, connecting to network B and have access to the drives, folders, files, and programs associated with network B.

 

Thoughts?

 

 


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Hello CALAM, and :welcome:


Is this a homework question for some basic networking/Win7 class, or a real-world situation that you need help with?


If it's homework:

Click Here for your answer


If it's a real-world issue:

Please give more details on the type of networks you're connecting to and the brand/model of your computer.  Also, what happens when you try plugging in the cable at each building?


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I am a web developer and I am looking for a help for my website. I want to apply intellectual property protection at my website because someone tries to hack my website and I am worry about it. Do you know any specialist who can help me with this special security protection. If you know anybody, please contact me. I will be thankful to you for your help.


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