Here's our Windows XP Tip for.. September 13, 2004
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Clarifying Startup
If you use a laptop PC, you start up connected to a LAN in your office with a company domain selected. As home networks become more common you may also start up stand-alone with a private domain selected. Sometimes its easy to forget which start-up was common, which was connected to the company domain, which was connected to a private profile, and which was connected to All Users.

You can rename the start-up folder as long as the first eight characters of the name are "Startup" and a space. For example, you can name the common start-up Startup - Common, and the company domain start-up to Startup - Company.

Now, regardless of your login location, you'll always know which groups are going to start which programs when you boot your machine.