I have a couple laptops running Vista. The users move between a couple physical locations where they have to plug into network jacks. These locations are on separate subnets and the individual static IP addresses that have been assigned to these machines will not work properly in all the locations where the laptops need to run. So, the users have been manually switching between multiple static IPs and/or DHCP configurations by directly entering in those values in the Vista settings dialog, depending on where they are and what network resources they need to use. This is irritating.
How can I simplify this experience by (potentially) creating a script that will allow users to more easily swap between appropriate tcp-ip configurations? It seems like PowerShell would be a good tool for this, but I haven't been able to find client-oriented scripts.