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Networking Unique IDs with mulitple email accounts. - 25.Mar.2010 5:01:04 PM   
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This is a weird, tough, and frustration work for me. This is basically what I am trying to do. I have a network with 10 Unique ID for individual person. Each individual has unique email address. There is locations that has unique email addresses as well. Before the individuals were logging in with the location unique id and not there names. Now i created there names as unique ids. I have done a script but it messed up my registry and emails.

I have a script that pulls the computer name which going to say the location of the computer, when it reads the location its going to pull the .prf of that location. The script is not 100 percent.


My goal: One individual will be rotating locations and I want them to sign onto the computer with there unique name and password. But when they open up outlook 2003 it will open the profile of the location's email.

Does anybody knows any tools, software, maybe a script. much help would be appreciated. thanks.
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