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Is there an easy way to log on to two separate, non-trusted domains?

Is there an easy way to log onto two different domains that are not trusted domains?
Not concurrently with Windows NT or 2000. You can only be logged into a single domain at a time. If you are simply talking about logging into one domain at one time and then a different domain at a different time, you must make the client a member of each domain and ensure there is a communications pathway to a domain controller for authentication. When you log on, you will need to select the correct domain for that logon session from the pull-down list of domains in the WinLogon dialog box.
This was first published in November 2002

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