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10-Jul-2008, 07:48 AM #1
Unhappy "Home" and "Elsewhere" Network Settings
I can't figure out how to make multiple IP/DNS/Gateway configurations depending on the network I'm on.

When at home and at a friend's, I need to set manual IPs.

When not at home, I need to have DHCP. How can I do this on Vista? I know that under the IPv4 network settings you can set the information there, but that applies to all the networks the computer knows... not just a single network. Is there a way to do this? I have the Ultimate version.
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