Windows XP data while on server 2000 Tags: Domain Windows XP Servers Networking Last response: January 17, 2006 2:24 PM in Networking Share Steve1874 January 17, 2006 1:52:29 PM I have a personal CPU running XP pro and I log onto my company's domain that runs server 2000. How can I upload my personal profile to be used while on my companys domain? Steve More about : windows data server 2000 riser January 17, 2006 2:24:30 PM Attach your computer to the domain, log in with your username/password to the domain and it should pull it down if you're using mandatory or roaming profiles. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources can't receive data from WNR2000v3 wireless router using Windows XP Forum windows 2000 driver messages while running xp Forum Error while joining Windows XP client to windows 2000 domain Forum Windows 2000 server and XP Wireless Group Policy Forum XP SP2 firewall administration using windows 2000 Server d.. Forum Windows XP Pro Connectivity With Windows 2000 Server Forum Synchronising Windows 98 & XP with 2000 Time server via Gr.. Forum XP Home to Windows 2000 server with remote desktop Forum Windows 2000 Server with XP Pro workstations Forum XP + Windows 2000 Server Forum Windows XP and Windows 2000 Advanced Server Forum windows 2000 server, Windows xp logon Forum NET LapTop XP Home & Windows 2000 Server Forum Accidently deleted everything on my data drive while partioning 10GB of it to install Win XP on Forum SolvedWindows 2008 Server internal RAID6 Volume going offline during data restore Forum Wrong path while restoring data on server. Forum Solvedwindows XP won't boot--doesn't recognize HD and I need to save data Forum Windows 2000 Advanced Server and Windows 8 File Sharing? Forum Solvedi just installed ubuntu on my pc , earlier os was windows xp . linux deleted all my data now i wants to recover my data back Forum SolvedBluescreen error while installing Windows XP Forum More resources Read discussions in other Networking categories Routers Gateways VPN LAN WAN Firewalls Cisco Netgear !