I hope this group is the best place to ask this question. I am a
minister and purchased a new laptop computer for both personal and
professional use. At home, I will connect it to our home network and
run Quicken, email, internet, etc. At work, we have a domain (Windows
2003) network. I will dock my laptop at work and want to access this
network and its resources.
My question is this. If I use my domain user name and password on the
laptop as the only login method, then the profile and subsequent user
files (My Documents) will all be in a series of subdirectories
connected with the domain name but on the local machine. (Right?) If I
leave the church and go to a new church with it own domain, or none,
and they can't use the same user name I had at the last church, where
do all of may documents and user setings go?
Is there a way to set up a local user account that, when I dock it at
work, can access the domain network.
Is this clear? I'm not a computer networking wiz but I can't seem to
find an answer . The bottom line, is I'm looking for portability with
my laptop (since it's mine) from domain to domain without losing my
local documents and settings when I move.