Login screen won't switch between local machine and domain...


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Guest

Hello

One of our machines was accidently taken out of it's domain
and placed in a workgroup (that isn't setup) and when the
machine was rebooted the only options available in the
login screen is username and password. The problem is none
of passwords that are supposed to work actually work. Is
there a way to get to the proper login screen (option to
log on to the domain or local machine) or a way to bypass
the password and reset the network settings.

Thanks

Adrian Dawson

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Herb Martin

Hadrian said:
Hello

One of our machines was accidently taken out of it's domain
and placed in a workgroup (that isn't setup)

Putting a machine in a workgroup is all the setup
and when the
machine was rebooted the only options available in the
login screen is username and password. The problem is none
of passwords that are supposed to work actually work.

The local Administrator password is still the same as
it was (unless you don't know that one.)
Is
there a way to get to the proper login screen (option to
log on to the domain or local machine) or a way to bypass
the password and reset the network settings.

Not until you rejoin the domain which requires getting
logged on.

Search Google for tools on breaking into your own
machine....

[ "lost password" microsoft: ]

or if you prefer only Microsoft articles and links...

[ "lost password" site:microsoft.com ]
 

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