Question about Computers & Internet
If your using Windows XP or older, you should see a dropdown: LOG ON TO: you can select (this computer)..
If that's WindowsVista or WIndows7, click on "How to log in to another Doamin?".. That will show you a format to use for the username box e.g: computername\username
If this won't work, try to restarted in Safemode w/ Networking, log in to the Administrator account.. from there you can create a new local account...
Hope this helps.. :D
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
When you removed the computer form the domain, you can no longer login as a domain user. You need to know the login credentials of a local user of that machine. (Administrator, is almost always a username, ans you would need to know the password of that user. Thanks!
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