The first thing you’ll want to do is set up a login with your employer, if you want to work in a remote office or work on the same network as your boss.
This might sound like a hassle, but it’s actually really simple, and you’ll probably end up saving your boss a lot of headaches.
The next step is to figure out who your boss is, and then set up an account with his employer, or work from home.
Your first step will be to get a copy of his password, because you’ll need to use it at work if you don’t want to be on a secure network.
After that, you’ll either go through the usual set-up procedures, or create a new account using a new password.
In the case of the former, you need to create a blank password, so you’ll have to give it a random name, and make sure it’s secure enough to handle multiple users.
Then you’ll get a prompt asking you to set up your computer so it can log into your employer’s account.
After this, you can use the login that was set up earlier to log into the employer’s computer.
It will ask you to enter a password and create a username, so choose whatever you like.
Next, you’re going to be asked to set a password for your password manager, so make sure that you have enough space for your new password and the password manager.
Finally, you will get an email telling you to update your email password.
If you’re using the same password for both accounts, you have to set them up again.
When you’re done with this, your new account should have a login for your employer and a login to the employer.