I do development and administration for three different organizations. None of them know anything about the others, nor do they want to (no cross-certification, etc.). This leaves me with three ID's, three location docs, etc. Here's the annoying part. If I'm working in a database in one domain, and I need to pop over to a database/server in another domain--changing location, and therefore ID, causes all open windows, etc. to close.
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Is there any way (on my own) to collapse these three ID files into one, such that each domain will recognize me appropriately? Is there even a better way to do what I'm doing (than having three locations)?
Outside of setting up your own domain (your company) and having them cross-certify that ID, you will have to use the separate locations and IDs. Hey, be happy you have 3 clients who want your services. It shows you must be doing something right. Switching locations is a small price to pay.
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