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A Windows computer can only be joined to one Active Directory domain. However, this does not limit you to one AD domain's resources. Since your other NIC is connected to the other AD domain's network, those resources might still be available to you. If there is a trust relationship between the two AD domains, those resources might be immediately available ...


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On PC1 you have to configure an static route. On Windows 7 for example it will be: Open the command prompt with Administrative rights going to the Start button, then type cmd on the search combo box. Right click on the cmd icon and click, Run as administrator Issue the command route add <destination subnet> mask <destination subnet mask> ...


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Whoever set up that hostel's network made the mistake of using the RFC 3927 IPv4 Link-Local subnet (169.254.0.0/16) where it should have used an RFC 1918 private subnet (192.168.0.0/16, 172.16.0.0/12, 10.0.0.0/8) as the NAT private subnet. This violates the "1.6 Alternate Use Prohibition" provision of RFC 3927. So it's no surprise that some clients have ...



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