Re: unified login
In your domain configuration, don't you have to enter 'domain\username' in
the username field at sign in? If not, how did you get around that?
"Mike Brannigan" wrote:
> "adaptabl" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> >I have a few laptops with Vista home premium(configured as a workgroup)
> >connecting to a windows 2003 server with a domain configured. I have the
> >local login name and password identicle to the domain users username and
> >password. I map a drive on the laptop to the server. The problem is every
> >time we reboot the laptop we need to reenter the username and password for
> >access to the share. Is there a way to have the laptop attemp to use the
> >current user credentials automatically.
> If you have a domain then upgrade your version of Vista to one that is
> Domain aware and join those machine to the domain.
> You are asking for functionality that is provide through the use of domain
> joined machines. If you insist on keeping workgroup level machines then you
> will only be able to remember the credentials you provided when you attempt
> to map to the domain secured resources. You will not be able to get a
> permanent transparent solution without joining the domain.
> Mike Brannigan