How to emulate network profiles in XP mode without Ph.D.
This is a followup to xp mode inherit network profile form Windows 7?
How do people deal with switching network profiles in XP Mode aside from figuring out the network configuration switches that control access and sharing? I'm thinking that I can't possibly be a rare user wanting to do this without getting a Ph.D. in Windows networking and resource sharing. The network profiles were created in Windows 7 exactly to make it more manageable by users who may not be network specialists. Especially for Windows 7 Pro, who may be more business oriented than IT oriented. But Windows 7 Pro is also the starting version for XP Mode, so it's hard to imagine that the Network Profiles were created for the non-IT user, but then impose the need for network expertise in XP Mode.