Aspirin for Windows Domain Headaches


If you work at multiple locations (i.e. you are a consultant like me), those Windows domains at your client site can be a real pain. Here are some instructions that allow you to connect to network domain resources even when your machine isn't registered on the same domain. Most of my project team nor I was aware of this feature, so I thought I'd share with you. Enjoy the relief.

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Aaron Hursman
Aaron Hursman is a passionate user-advocate who is lucky enough to do what he loves for a living. As a user experience architect, he applies user-centered design principles and techniques including user research, persona development, information architecture, storyboards, wireframes, prototyping, visual design, graphic design, interaction design, and usability. Aaron has a background in web development, enterprise applications, and the social web. At nGame, he is applying his craft to design and build the next generation of enterprise software. Aaron is available as a speaker and author upon request.
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