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Old 08-28-2007
Rich Martinez (RRCC)
 

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XP & Vista Dual Boot
Hello,

I'm dual booting Windows XP and Windows Vista on an HP TC4400 Tablet PC and
everything is OK except one tiny little problem. The domain won't hold when
I switch from one OS to the other. I always have to dis-join the computer
from the domain and re-join. I dual boot desktops on the same domain fine
and they DO NOT have this problem. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
Rich
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Old 08-29-2007
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RE: XP & Vista Dual Boot
Have you given both installs the same PC name? They should be different. If
they are different, try disjoining them and deleting the 2 computers from AD,
then rejoining to the domain.

You should also list any symptoms you may be seeing, for example, how do you
know the domain isn't "holding".

"Rich Martinez (RRCC)" wrote:

> Hello,
>
> I'm dual booting Windows XP and Windows Vista on an HP TC4400 Tablet PC and
> everything is OK except one tiny little problem. The domain won't hold when
> I switch from one OS to the other. I always have to dis-join the computer
> from the domain and re-join. I dual boot desktops on the same domain fine
> and they DO NOT have this problem. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
>
> Thanks,
> Rich

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