Network and Classroom Management Thread, Future support issues in new build at school in Technical; Hi I currently work for an adult educational institute and shortly we will be losing a site. There will be ...
Hi I currently work for an adult educational institute and shortly we will be losing a site. There will be a new school built where the Adult education centre will have about ten rooms for our use in the school.
Our main site is Windows 2003 domain and we have our own file servers and exchnage servers etc.
The problem is that when the new site is up and running the computers will be supplied by us but another company will be supporting them. The school will have an outsourced IT.
The school will also need to be able to our computers in the evening and weekends or when we are not using the classrooms.
What is the best solution here. How can our users login and get their profiles and settings logging into our domain on the computers in the new build and when the school want to login they get their settings. i am sure they will have their own domain on site. There will also be provisions for mac suites as well.
Im not sure how this is going to work without major problems..
If your luklcy you can get a domain trust relationship. If not, you might be able to do this, but it's messy - its possible you could physically 'switch' the network uplink across if you can get your ten rooms on a seperate switch - and have seperate cradled hard drives to switch them over.
Alot of this depends of course, on getting access to the outsourced IT agreement before it gets accepted.