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Novice question - connect a PC to two networks?

  db0967 17:59 13 Apr 05
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I'm out of my depth with networks, so this may well be very easy. I have a situation where there are three PC's on a company network running very data intensive applications that generate lots of network traffic. Is it possible to keep the PC's on the existing network and also network them separately for better performance? Would there be issues with domains? Would the user have to log off one domain and onto another? Any comments greatly appreciated!
DB.

  recap 08:54 14 Apr 05

You can have multiple network connections on systems, as long as you remember which network you are logged into.

Yes, the user would need to log in and out of each seperate Domain, just as if you were to log on locally as Administrator.

  db0967 15:14 14 Apr 05

Thanks Recap.

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