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How to remove a school domain without administrator login?

Q: How to remove a school domain without administrator login?

I participated in a school scheme to buy a laptop to use for school work etc. I have now finished school but my laptop is still connected to their domain and i cannot do certain things without and administrator login and password... I was wondering how
to remove this , without needing a login or password? Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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I have a user account but can't make any changes to computer because I am not an administrator of a work domain. The admin went to jail and I have no way of gaining access. I don't have the original disks to computer either. How can I remove administrator control
of my Dell Laptop?

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Having problems with a long time to login to the domain (server is Windows 2008.)  Login takes 7 to 15 minutes for one user's profile and only 6 seconds for the administrator. The system is an HP 4520s ProBook running Windows 7 64 bit, 4 Gb RAM, Intel
i5 CPU M460 @ 2.53 GHz. This is a new Win 7 laptop deployed about a week ago.
Ran MSCONFIG and disabled all non essential apps. User also had the desktop background set to point to multiple photos for a background slideshow.  Changed it to the standard Windows 7 background, which takes login time down to about 2 to
4 minutes.  The administrator and other logins for other users on this machine take only 6 to 30 seconds. 
Any ideas?

A:Windows 7 64 bit, domain login takes 7 to 15 minutes for one user's profile and 6 seconds for the administrator.

Hi Caro Boyd,
Thanks for the post!
In order to figure out which took a long time during the boot ,I recommend you use the
Process Monitor. Check which took the long time after winlogon.exe started.
Regards,
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This laptop (1 year old with Win XP Pro) was set up to use a specific domain login for a large client/server network. It is now being used in a different location with a small peer to peer network which uses simple file and printer sharing. The forced domain login throws a wrench into trying to share files and a printer in the new P2P workgroup. Even tried using the domain name as the workgroup name. The PCs on the P2P are recognized by names but you cannot do any browsing. Simply. . . how the heck do you remove the domain login configuration from the system (it will not be used in the domain any more). I thought this would be an easy task, but apparently not. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Please just let me know if you need any more info.
 

A:Solved: Remove network domain login from laptop

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School is starting, so I was asked to get a laptop from the school. I tried to sign into the credentials the school gave me at home, but it said my domain isn't available. here is the message word for word.
"We cant sign in with this credential because your domain isn't available. make sure your device is connected to your organizations network and try again. if you previously signed in on this device with another credential, you can sign in with that
credential."
I am stuck here and have no where to go. I would be greatly appreciated if you guys can help me out.
Thanks, Carlos 

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Dear Community,

My company use around 700 desktops and laptops on a domain. our file server has a home share drive that the AD links to and then maps when a user logs onto any machine when using their domain account. my problem when I log onto my normal laptop
it says network name is no longer available. when I log onto another machine it connects and maps normally. all other servers UNC name works normally. I can ping it by DNS and IP and can RDP to it but not see any shares.

Please can you help?

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Hello!

I work for a small school in the state of California.
We have every laptop and desktop under a domain. Every student has a network login account as well as teachers.

Teachers ,Faculty and staff have a very smooth time logging into their accounts.(wirelessly and hardwired)

Students have a tough time logging in wirelessly. it takes about ... 5 to 40+ minutes to login. when they login through desktops which are using an Ethernet cable.. it works perfectly fine.

any thoughts, ideas, answers?

if there is any more information i need to supply with please let me know!

Thank you all for the help. much appreciated

A:Domain User Stuck at Welcome Screen (school system)

Welcome to Seven Forums,

Is there a folder redirection, roaming profile or scripts configured?

Also, on the Student computers that are part of the Domain network, are there a few User Profiles setup in one computer?

How's the DNS configured on the WLAN settings vs the LAN Settings? Are they pointing on 2 different DNS Servers? The preferred configuration is that DHCP and DNS are configured in Windows Server.


Do you have a separate Guest Account for the Students using a separate SSID and network security?

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I don't even know how to word the question. Here is what I got.  I apologize in advance if this is posted in the wrong place.  I will gladly repost if necessary.
I have one Windows 7 desktop (out of a couple of 100 Windows 7 and 10 machines) that I have put onto our domain.  When the user turns it on she gets the domain "username/password screen", logs in and all is good.  A few times
over the last several months the computer is turned on and the user does not get the domain login screen but boots right to local desktop.  This computer is no longer connected to the domain.
I assumed the user did something so I put the computer back on the domain.  I logged in as user and it created a new profile.  All programs that I installed were not there including Office products, AV products etc.  Could not find any reference
on the hard drive that they ever were there.  This user now has username.000 001 002 etc.  When I put the pc back onto the domain I also copy documents from the previous profiles that I have found.  All profiles will have the same date which
corresponds when the issue presents itself. 
Restore points are not there.  Windows updates are run as if this is a new machine out of the box.  I am completely baffled. All help is appreciated.

Edited - I have noticed that my event log has several entries dated from when we purchased the pc and then the date ski... Read more

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PC was on Windows home version. It was upgraded to Windows Pro but it made us install the anniversity update before we could upgrade.

Joined the computer to the domain with no issue. After reboot we could not log in with the domain user account. Tried other domain accounts too, even domain admin account. It say username or password is incorrect but that is not true.

Tried to unjoin and rejoin to the domain no luck.

Confirmed dns settings on the PC. Using wired connection. Not going through a VPN connection or anything like that.

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The computer has no problem loging in at home but when I am at school, after entering my password, it is forever loging in. Then after some time it just goes back to where I would enter my password.

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Hi

I was just wondering how i log onto vista as the domain admin. In XP I would just type the user name and the admin password. In Vista it won't allow me to logon as the domain admin.

Is there something im missing?

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Cannot load the login page for on line school portal, tried the basics cleared the cache, history turned off firewall for a test nothing works
site works fine on my old computer so it is not the connection
 

A:Cannot load school login portal

What error do you have?
 

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Is it possible to bring back the old school login screen from older Windows OS's? Here's a picture of what I'm talking about.

A:Old school Windows login screen

Hello Shoober,

Yes, it sure is. The tutorial below can help show you how to set Windows to require users to enter both a user name and password at log in.

Log On with User Name and Password

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Hello all.
We have Windows Server2003 on servers, windows xp on clients, protected by a watchguard firebox x550. VPN users authenticate to Firebox, not AD.
I am trying to setup pptp-vpn on a new laptop, which has Windows 7 Pro. Here is what happens.
I go outside the office, login to Windows laptop with the domain username and password. Then I fire up PPTP-VPN, login with the vpn username/password (leaving domain blank).

VPN Login goes through fine, I can see and ping servers by name and by IP. However, when I try to browse to the network drives, it says username not found.

I tried logging in with a different VPN/username, still the same thing. Not only that, but since that vpn/username matched a username on the domain, it actually locked that domain (not VPN) username out after a few clicks (group policy for domain users is set
to 3 times the wrong password locks the account).
So somehow, when I connect via PPTP-VPN on a Windows 7
laptop, the PPTP login overwrites the windows login. PPTP connection is setup with domain blank, and the box "Use windows domain/login" unchecked.

The same PPTP-VPN, on a Windows XP laptop works fine, does not have that issue.

Any thoughts would be appreciated.

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Can't login into my school website account, used to be able to. I can get onto the school's site, but my personal login won't work, the process just hangs forever. Been having the problem with firefox but it doesn't work through explorer either. The site (http://www.wctc.edu/) has a username and password prompt that comes up under "My WCTC", for me that area remains blank, but I can access everything else on the site. There is also some sort of ''login to the portal' thing for the site with username and password but once i enter it, it hangs. It works on my wife's laptop fine, just not on my Dell so my internet connection must be ok. Here are the things i've tried to fix whatever it is:

Malwarebytes
SuperAntispyware
Avira AntiVir
Spybot
Removed the saved password from firefox
Reinstalled Firefox 3 times after uninstalling it, and deleting it(both still seem to find all my old links/favorites when i re-install)
Disabled the Avira AntiVir guard
Shutdown ZoneAlarm
System Restore with two different dates

I am just at a loss here. I could try calling the school but because it works fine on the laptop, my computer must have something weird going on. I don't think I changed any settings that I can remember. I never use explorer except to try this, and it doesn't work either. All other websites that I have accounts and passwords on work normal. Does anybody have any clues?
 

A:Can't login into a school website, portal(?) issues?

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hello all,
i tried to install a printer software remotely as a domain admin but could not get the application installed. I had to install the software as a local administrator. Why is that?
 

A:Domain Administrator VS Local Administrator

If the permissions on the computer haven't been configured correctly, a domain admin account may not have local admin privileges. Or the software could have specifically required the use of a local admin account.
 

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i have a dell latitude d630 that i got from a family member, it allows me to get to the login screen then i login and it pulls up a black screen with a page saying Administrator Cmd.Exe in the page bar and the Windows system 32 inside the box. ive tried
going into the Bios setup and doing a restore factory defaults and it pulls up that same page when i backout and it restarts without even making it to the login page. do i need to get a disc and replace the OS?

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After 3 days of installing windows 7 Ultimate and all the softwares/games, I made a mistake by changing user group and removing administrative privileges from user Miky. Right now I have the following user accounts:
Administrator -> Account disabled
LogMeInRemoteUser -> Administrator group with known password.
Miky -> Users group

How to login as LogMeInRemoteUser when it is not shown on login screen?
Can I switch user using command prompt?

Thanks in advance!

A:How to Login As Administrator (not shown in login screen)

Try this from an Elevated Command prompt:

net use Administrator /active:yes

Logoff and you should now see Administrator as one one the users. Login and open User Accounts and fix the Miky account.

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Hello

I want our machines on a domain to automatically log on when starting up, but I can't seem to find out how to do that. I can do it for a single login with netplwiz , but that doesn't work if you have multiple domain logins for the same machine.

Does anyone have any suggestions on how to do this?

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Hello My name is Sarah!
I have a pc supplied from my school and I noticed that most of my folders was shared, I turned them all off but when I turn my pc on it gives me two accounts to log into. Mine and one that says Admin that I did not create. It says password hint: assist How can I remove them completely from my computer? Also can they see any files from my pc

Thanks in advanced!!

A:School provided PC is on shared network How do I turn off & remove the

Who owns the computer?

If the school owns the computer, then you should check with them before changing major settings like sharing and accounts.

People that know the credentials for that Admin account should* be able to see any files on the computer as long as the computer is on a network (real or virtual) that the admins have access too.

*certain encryption schemes might prevent access to files.

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I have created a test domain with one server (windows server 2008r2) running active directory and dns, and one client that is in the domain(windows 7 enterprise)
I have created a new user, John Andrews, and added him to the Domain Admin [Global Group] and then Domain Admin's is a member of Administrators [Domain Local Group].

http://img94.imageshack.us/img94/502...ermissions.jpg

Now my understanding was that you in theory use the Global Groups for users, and the Domain Local groups for resources. So for example if your usinging the built in groups, you would assign your Admin users to the Domain Admins global group, and then any folder or object that had the Administrators domain local group in it's permissions, would be accessable to your Admins users, because Domain Admins is a member of the domain local group Administrators.

On the server, while logged in as John Andrews I then created a new 10GB partition, H:, to make as a file share. The permissions of this partition have the Administrators domain local group as a member with Full Control.

http://img195.imageshack.us/img195/5...properties.jpg

I then created a new folder in this partition called LanAdmin. The folder creates fine, but then when I try to open it, I get a dialog that I do not have permission. When I check the Security permissions, it again says that I do not have the administrative permission, however I can still hit continue to view the permissions. And in the security list is the Adminis... Read more

A:Administrator Permissions Not Applying in Domain

You have uncovered a bug in Win7 code. I reported this to MS about a year ago, but they didn't want to send a bug report to their engineers unless I paid them to do so. I know - sounds crazy. In other words, you can forget anyone at MS ever responding to your post or resolving the problem.

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I don't know in which forum this belongs: Win XP, or Linux, or Networks, but I will start here.

I am an assistant administrator in a retirement community, of a network of five Win XP computers that are available for use by residents who are first registered with a userID and a password. The server for the network has a Linux OS with a SAMBA interface to the Windows machines. Among other actions, this server also provides IMAP e-mail service for the computers in its domain. The server is managed by an administrator who is a paid consultant. Recently, a new Linux system was installed at the same time as the resident computers were changed from Win 2000 to Win XP. This has brought problems that the network administrator has not been able to resolve. The problem begins with a Linux program that assigns userIDs and passwords to the server and to SAMBA which then passes these on to a single administrative Win XP computer. Our first step there is to relocate the My Documents folder for the new user from the C: drive to a server drive (which happens to be named H and this drive is remapped for access by all of the domain computers. This common drive is than accessible to all five computers, whereas the C: drive folder is accessible only on that specific computer. While a nuisance, this is alright, and we have always been able to do this. With the change in computers from Win 2000 to Win XP (and perhaps because of the addition of SAMBA), the network permissions, etc. that are mo... Read more

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I support 51 people @ one of the places that I work.
One individual can no longer get internet access from THAT computer. If he logs on another machine he gets access, and if I log on that machine I get access.
also if I add him to domain admin he can access the internet
I've tried everything. reconfiguring DHCP, DNS is absolutely correct, release and renew IP address, make sure he is not in any doubtful groups who may not have access.
He logs on to the domain fine and the Exchange server.
with my limited experience like most of us,maybe a new brain ,or different perspective will help.
I've configured DNS manually and dynamicaly/DHCP
I suspect something in the profile/s
All suggestions will be appreciated.
SYSTEM:
NT Wkstn 4.0 Compaq
64mb: RAM
FS: NTFS
 

A:Logging on to the internet only by domain administrator

Deinitely a profile problem. I've never seen this before but have you tried deleting and recreating the profile from the user manager? Does the computer show up as a member in the server manager?
 

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I have about over 200 workstations on my LAN... I am trying to figure out a way for the users to join the new domain without the administrator being their to authorize them to join the domain. Is there a way for my users (over 200) to join the new domain without me physically being there to grant them authorization? Any help is greatly appreciated, dont really want to walk around and type password all day.
 

A:How to join new domain......without Administrator being present???

You could setup a group giving them admin rights. Then add them to this group.
 

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Joined the domain as the administrator in Windows 7 in my initial setup of the PC with no problem. When I tried to log in to the domain as one of the users on the domain to set up the PC on the end users side, I could not log in. I received the following error message: "You cannot log on because the method you are using it is not allowed on this computer. Please see your network administrator for more information." I can log into the domain with my Administrator user name and password that was originally used in the setup. I can log into the domain with the end user in Windows XP, I do not get this error with Windows XP

I have tried to go through the local policies - user rights assignment - Allow logon locally. But once I open "Allow logon locally", the "Add User or Group" "Remove" are grayed out, I cannot adjust any settings.

Any suggestions or ideas. Thanks in advance.
 

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Hello,

I have Windows XP computer which does not part of windows 2003 domain, sometine I want this compteur acces to the share of the domain.

This windows computeur is a personnel computer of user wich connect to the network by VPN( Fortinet solution).

which is best way, for user as authenticated on all resource on my Windows 2003 domain.

Regard
Yann

PS: Sorry for my English , il not speak english very well.

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I have a win2k pc on a win2k network and after a power outage yesterday shut down the pc, it will now not allow me to log back on. It won't let me login to the pc as administrator and I can't login to the domain as usual using any other users login or even the admin login. It won't take anything.

Also I should mention that occaisionally in the past this computer wouldn't login so we would reset the users password on thier account on the server and then they would be able to login. But that is not working this time.

Any tips on how I might trouble shoot or repair this problem?

Thanks
-George
 

A:can't login to pc or domain

Ran defrag & now it works?
 

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For reasons I don't want to get into I logged my W2K Pro machine off a NT 4.0 domain and joined a W2K domain. The problem I'm having is I logged off the W2K domain and can not log back on to the NT 4.0 domain. I know the domain exists because we are using DHCP and I get the proper IP address, so I know it's connecting with the PDC. Any idea what is going on here? I'm connecting as admin and running SP2.
 

A:Can't login to NT 4.0 Domain

Have you talked to your network administrator?
 

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I did the typical virus removal techniques at first. I ran RKill then did an MBAM scan, which deleted a few infected files. However, many programs are still hidden and total functionality is still compromised. I tried to do another MBAM scan, but the installing of the program was met with "Access is denied." There are no google redirects and the TDSS scan confirms this.

Here is the DDS log:
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DDS (Ver_2011-08-26.01) - NTFSx86
Internet Explorer: 6.0.2900.2180 BrowserJavaVersion: 1.6.0_11
Run by Student at 11:55:07 on 2012-05-15
Microsoft Windows XP Professional 5.1.2600.2.1252.1.1033.18.478.74 [GMT -7:00]
.
.
============== Running Processes ===============
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C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost -k DcomLaunch
svchost.exe
C:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exe -k netsvcs
C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exe -k WudfServiceGroup
svchost.exe
svchost.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\spoolsv.exe
C:\Program Files\Java\jre6\bin\jqs.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\VS7DEBUG\MDM.EXE
C:\WINDOWS\system32\nvsvc32.exe
C:\Program Files\Panda Software\Panda Administrator 3\Pav_Agent\Pagent.exe
C:\Program Files\Panda Software\Panda Administrator 3\Scheduler\pavsched.exe
C:\Program Files\Panda Software\Panda Administrator 3\Pav_Agent\pagentwd.exe
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A:Infected with SMART Scan on an Windows XP computer at school. Teacher has asked me to remove it!

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Due to the high volume of logs we receive it helps to receive everything in the same format, and code boxes make the logs very difficult to read. Also, attachments require us to download and open the reports when it is easier to just read the reports in your post.Please read every post completely before doing anything.
Pay special attention to the NOTE: lines, these entries identify an individual issue or important step in the cleanup process.Please provide feedback about your experience as we go.
A short statement describing how the computer is working helps us understand where to go next, for example: I am still getting redirected, the computer is running normally, etc. Please do not describe the computer as "the same", this requires the extra step of looking back at your previous post.NOTE: At t... Read more

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Hi There,

I've a problem with ALL my Windows 7 Laptop ini my office. We have 5 Laptop with Windows 7 installed in it. A week ago, everything is doing Normally. I make those 5 laptops join domain, and I make the user in domain as an administrator in their local Laptop. But in last Monday, everything going strange:

1. When I logging in using their account, I can enter the desktop. But when I try to access some programs that need Administrator Account, it become errors and said that I must administrator privilege to access this programs.

2. I try to access user account in control panel, and when I see the user list, it become BLANK. No user defined even an administrator too. When I try to add new user in it, it said that I didn't have Administrator privilege (again).

3. I try to logging in using Local Administrator, but in the log in menu, it said that the administrator account is disabled. How Come?

4. The only way I can access with administrator privilege is using the Domain Administrator. I try to configure again, and when I restart, everything has gone again.

can some 1 give me advise regarding this matter? should I reinstall it again?
thanks Guys.

A:Administrator Account is Locked in Domain Area

Welcome to SF,

Seems to be there have been some local security policies and/ or domain using GPO setup in your network by the Network Admin. Are you part of your IT Dept?

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I am not sure which forum this belongs in: Win XP, Linux, or networks, but I will start with this.

After some recent changes, we have a problem with access to domain services such as e-mail only by users with administrative privileges. These same services could be accessed by any user or power user in the past. I will try to be brief in describing the network and the equipment. I am an assistant administrator for a sub-network in a retirement community that has other networks for office, personnel, health-care, etc. needs. Our network consists of five Win XP computers networked to a separate server machine running on Linux with a SAMBA interface that provides IMAP e-mail service, full internet access, and full inter-communication between the five resident computers so any one of them can be used interchangeably by users. We have about 150 residents registered but only a fraction of those use the computers regularly. After replacing an older server program that broke down from time to time, with a new one, and replacing our former Win 2000 computers with Win XP, we started having problems with network access. At present, when we register a new userID and password, we logon to the new account and change the My Documents folder from its default C:\Documents & Settings location to a mapped shared server drive (named H: ) through which all users can communicate from any computer, so that it is now H:\My Documents. The computer asks if we wish to transfer all settings to the n... Read more

A:Administrator privileges required for accessing domain

Note to Forum administrator. I would like to close this thread and move it to the Other Software thread instead. Can you do this for me.
 

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I am not sure which forum this belongs in: Win XP, Linux, or networks, or ?, but I will start with this.

After some recent changes, we have a problem with access to domain services such as e-mail only by users with administrative privileges. These same services could be accessed by any user or power user in the past. I will try to be brief in describing the network and the equipment. I am an assistant administrator for a sub-network in a retirement community that has other networks for office, personnel, health-care, etc. needs. Our network consists of five Win XP computers networked to a separate server machine running on Linux with a SAMBA interface that provides IMAP e-mail service, full internet access, and full inter-communication between the five resident computers so any one of them can be used interchangeably by users. We have about 150 residents registered but only a fraction of those use the computers regularly. After replacing an older server program that broke down from time to time, with a new one, and replacing our former Win 2000 computers with Win XP, we started having problems with network access. At present, when we register a new userID and password, we logon to the new account and change the My Documents folder from its default C:\Documents & Settings location to a mapped shared server drive (named H: ) through which all users can communicate from any computer, so that it is now H:\My Documents. The computer asks if we wish to transfer all settings to... Read more

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Is it possible to have users but not have their login icon appear on the login screen?

A:Remove user login icons from login screen?

Hello AAAHome,

You could have it where users must enter their username and password at log on to not have any user icons displayed.

Log On with User Name and Password

Hope this helps,
Shawn

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Hi There

i have weird pb .

i created a new user(user:George.P) in Active Directory (srv 2003 R2)and i logged in normally the first time from computer to Domain as George.P

but after 4 days I couldn?t login (error message:wrong password or wrong user)then I changed the password in server and I tried to login but I logged in after 5 times typing password

Sometimes I login in the first time when I type the password ,some times I after 6 times and sometimes I can not login for hat I restart computer after that I logged in

And sometimes even I restart computer I can not loggin in that time I unplug the cable(data cable)and restart then I logged in absolutely

Pls let me know if you have any idea about what is pb I have

Thanks

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We were sent some Surface Pro 2 Tablets at work. They were already setup with the programs we needed, however they were not behaving correctly. Kept getting network errors for the domain, as everything else on the network was working but that.

So silly me (apparently at least) unjoins our domain, restarts, and now I cannot login for anything in this world. I cannot get any other user accounts to show up but the last person who logged in, who was an administrator on tablet under our domain, and the password simply does not work. I have tried restarting in safe mode with and without network and that doesn't work because it won't recognize the password for the user. So I thought system restore would work but apparently I need to login to the account to do that as well. Also tried rebooting to the command prompt. I apparently need to login for that as well. I have tried rebooting into a password recovery/reset disc but I cannot get it to boot to the cd, or at least if it is, it's certainly not reading the disc (which I knows works for XP & 7). I cannot do a reset password usb because alas, I need to be able to login to be able to create one of those. I've looked at several online things but most of them start with "you need to be logged in".

So I am at a complete loss of what to do now. Can anyone help me?

A:Unjoined domain, now cannot login

Well, I have seemingly fixed my problem, without actually fixing anything. Apparently when I reset the local admin account's password (as I had no idea what it was), it made that the password for the user that was currently logged in. Why? I have no idea. But at least I can log in now.

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I have a situation where we are bringing up a new Windows 2012 R2 Essentials server on an existing Windows 2011 SBS domain where no AD has been setup.
 There are only 5 computers that will be connecting to this new server - those computers are currently connecting to another domain.  My question - on the 5 computers, can I create a create a local account > copy all the data from the domain account
to the new local account then join the new domain?

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I have a situation with a computer that was once a part of a domain. Since then I have left the company, but was able to keep the computer. I accidently removed it from the domain and now I cannot reach the Login/ desktop that I once used.

Is it possible to log into this user account without it being able to validate it through the PDC. I used to be able to log in anywhere even if I wasn't connected to the internet or the domain.

I tried to create an account locally under the same user name, but it just created it this format: username.computername.


I certainly appreciate your help!

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Help!  I am working on a new Thinkcentre where we are replacing a HP desktop.  The Thinkcentre is running Windows 7 Professional with an Intel i5-6400 CPU @2.7 GHz. First of all, I know nothing about domain names, but it appears that the existence of a domain on this new machine is interfering with our ability to log in to a Sharepoint site.  Despite the fact that I ask for a new user name, the computer seems to be adding the domain to the login username, therefore invalidating the username because of the "LENOVO/<username>" being used as the username instead of just "<username>" (see screenshot).  How do login with ONLY the username? Thanks, in advance for any help!  


























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How do we in XP go from power on to an application without answering the user id and user password screen?
 

A:Bypass Domain login on a XP OS

If you're on a domain, I believe you'll need a 3rd party application.
 

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Hello,
I not sure if I should have posted this in the networking forum, but anyhow..
sometimes when I login to at my school computer lab the PC will not login It will give me a message that says
"The local PC clock and domain clock are not the same. call your network administrator. "

If I unplug the network jack from the back of the PC when I login It will allow me to login with no problem. all I got to do is plug the jack back in and wallah!! I am in.
why does it do this does it have to do with "cached credentials".
I should mention the password is blank.
Could someone please explain why this happens.
Thanks in advance

A:WinXP cannot login to the domain

AD clients won't be able to logon unless their clock is somewhat sync'd to the DC. It doesn't have to be exact, I believe give or take 15 minutes is enough. So to fix your issue:
1.) Log on to desktop in cached cred mode
2.) Look at clock on functioning desk - note time
3.) Change time on problem desktop, make sure to check date & timezone too
4.) Try logging into the domain. It _should_ work

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We are rolling out Windows 7 tablets to faculty. We configure for the user using ethernet, allow the user to log in with their domain credentials. This should cache a copy of their domain credentials on the tablet. However, when we boot the table with no ethernet connected it takes a real long time - 15 minutes or longer to get a GINA prompt. What do we need to configure?

A:Wireless domain login

This is a DNS issue. If the DNS of the system is not pointing to the DNS Server which includes a record of the domain, then it hangs on and will do nothing. This is usually the case if we specify the DNS server as public internet servers rather than our own internal domain DNS server.


Solution: Logon with the local administrator account and change the DNS address to the one which specifies the domain in its records. To come out of the waiting loop, just press Ctrl-Alt-Del twice and the system will come out of the waiting loop.


Basically what this means is that you should find out which DNS the Domain server is using then manually input that DNS server information into your connection properties.

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Have Lenovo with Win 10 Home installed.
Run upgrade to 10 Pro.
Joined to domain.
Assigned 2-3 domain users to be able to login to this machine.
Failed to login with any domain users, says" The user name or password is incorrect. Try again".
Tried to use static IP, re-join to domain, change computer name, disable IP6 -- NO LUCK.
Tried to do drive mapping from command line using domain user, it works.
Please advise.
Domain is in Windows 2008 R2.

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Hi,

I've just upgraded to 8.1.

I was always able to login as a different user and use my work network user credentials i.e. workgroup\username. On this version I can do this. I can only add users once logged in and switch between them on the login screen.

This version doesn't show the 'login with different user' link. I've looked around the settings, but haven't had any luck with getting it to appear on the login screen.

Any advise on this would be very welcome.

Cheers.

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Hi,
An ex-employee of the workplace (I.T Manager) has left on uneven ground from his job. We operate on a domain and believe he has locked his machine to only letting his logon work. we have his username and password but cannot resolve the problem. This is the error message when another administrator or user tries to logon:

The user profile service failed the logon.
The user profile cannot be loaded.

I recognize this is also the error message for when a hard drive is full and does not let another user logon, But this is not the case in this instance.

My ultimate question is, how can I unlock or undo what he has done to his machine so it can be used by anyone?

Thanks
James

P.S Is this in the wrong thread?
 

A:Login on domain issues

Have you tried booting into the Safe mode?

Other than than, we are not allowed to help with passwords. Check the site rules.
 

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I made the mistake of switching my work PC from being on the Domain to not and now I can't login because I don't have a non-Domain account on the machine.

I tried using chntpw to set the Administrator password to blank but it didn't work/help and now the only account I see as an option to login is my Domain account, which doesn't work with any passwords I try, not to mention chntpw doesn't see that account as a valid user, so I can't try blanking it.

Any recommendations? The machine doesn't have a DVD drive, so even if I have a Win 7 disc handy, I'm not sure how I'm going to make use of it to do the trick with the command prompt (sethc.exe, etc.)

Thoughts?

A:Removed from Domain, now can't login

Hi KCB,
try system restore via Safe Mode.

Roy

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I made the mistake of switching my work PC from being on the Domain to not and now I can't login because I don't have a non-Domain account on the machine.

I tried using chntpw to set the Administrator password to blank but it didn't work/help and now the only account I see as an option to login is my Domain account, which doesn't work with any passwords I try, not to mention chntpw doesn't see that account as a valid user, so I can't try blanking it.

Any recommendations? The machine doesn't have a DVD drive, so even if I have a Win 7 disc handy, I'm not sure how I'm going to make use of it to do the trick with the command prompt (sethc.exe, etc.)

Thoughts?

A:Removed from Domain, now can't login

Hi KCB,
try system restore via Safe Mode.

Roy

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