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i have windows 2003 server domain environment in my office.

my server ip is:

if i put this IP in DNS of my laptop network card my folder SYNC works fine & also internet work fine in office.

but internet did't work in my home for that i need to change DNS again to Auto & internet start working again.

its too difficult to change cause some time i don't have administrative password.

is there any solution to that?


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Discuss this with your system administrator. – John Gardeniers Mar 6 '10 at 22:12

use DHCP to correctly auto-configure the DNS servers.

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If you change the IP of your home router to then your laptop won't know the difference. It will, however, notice when you are neither at home or at work.

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