|14 Jul 2010||#1|
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Multiple Configs for 1 Adapter
This may be a simple thing that I'm overlooking, but I'll be darned if I can find it after a couple hours of googling/poking about.
I have a Netbook running Windows 7 Pro. I move it between two locations (Location A and Location B).
At Location A, we are assigned static IPs (for some security reasons), so I have to punch the numbers into the configuration manually.
At Location B, we use DHCP.
For now I have been going into the Adapter settings and changing the options manually (obtain IP Automatically/Use this IP, etc). this is kind of a hassle and annoying (espically when I have to reenter all the static information).
Is there someway/somewhere that I can go in and set two configurations on the one adpater? It'd be nice if I could clone the one adapter and just activate/deactivate whichever one I want to use.
Much appreciated for any help
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