Close the Command Prompt window and continue with the installation process. If you're unable to save your profile changes for example, what changes can't you save? But Windows 7 disables this administrator account by default. Hi guys, i have a problem, i'm not sure if this issue has been raised or what but here is my problem. I was wondering how to remove this , without needing a login or password? Reboot the computer and you will see the built-in Administrator account log on icon added on Screen. If there is no matching local account, then Windows assumes that it is a domain login. I ran gpupdate from the server, but still can not log on to the workstation computer. That's all there is to do.
I am trying to decrease user account rights on a computer running Windows 7 pro newly added to a domain. . Only public folders are accessible. Something went wrong after we joined the new domain it doesn't see the new domain for login and the local Administrator account has been disabled. I want my domain user to have full administrative privileges. I personally hate that issue too but it's a 'by design' feature from Microsoft. It doesn't have access to the company's network resources and therefore, it is useless to me.
This is not the preferred solution. It is best to run the Command Prompt as an Administrator. Domain users also need to log into the machine also. I would try removing 1 computer from the domain and then adding it back to see if that fixes the problem. Admittedly I haven't tested the bahavior to see what happens when your local administrator account is disabled while the domain admin account is still active.
I realy do not believe that this is the way to go because it compromises my network security. On the wks or on the domain controller? During the installation, after being prompted to configure the new user account, you will be able to set the new account's password. The solution is disabling Norton firewall or re-configuring it to allow to access the domain controller. Case 5: Norton Firewall blocks the communication between the client and domain controller. The common difference is whether or not the computer is part of the domain by default.
The fix is running gpupdate to force to update the domain policy. After hacking around for an hour, I was able to finally locate something I saw in another page. We always set everyone up on the domain, but I am wanting to set up a local admin account, not on our domain so they cannot access all of our files. Case 4: The domain policy allows domain users to logon locally, but the local policy doesn't and the domain policy doesn't apply to the computer. I was able to input the domain administrator password and install software several times.
In that case, we recommend you wait until you are installing a new version of the operating system or moving to a new computer before continuing. ThomasTrain wrote: That is a default feature of Windows 7. By default, when a username is entered into a domain joined machine, and there is also a local account with the same name, the domain account will take precedence. They said: Login in to the local administrator account. Of course, if your computer name is quite long, its input can be a real challenge! Any help will be gladly appreciated. An example of this is Trend Micro OfficeScan, a popular antivirus program used in many companies. This also only works if there is a trust relationship set between the 2 domains.
And that's the core of this question. Using the new account you just created will almost always allow the process to continue, but in some cases you will need to run programs as an Administrator for them to work properly. If a local account exists, windows 7 login screen will always default to the local, regardless of whether that domain accunt is in the local users group. This guide is intended for self-managed Windows machines only i. The solution to this need not be an all or nothing one however, It should be possible to give the required installer rights to the user group s concerned, directly. Luckily there is an easier way to log on to a local account without typing your computer name.
In the username field simply enter. I participated in a school scheme to buy a laptop to use for school work etc. That is a default feature of Windows 7. Best of luck making Microsoft security work for you! We try to keep all domain names across all domains unique to avoid this. Are either of you in a domain environment? If your computer is managed by another group e. Switching to a completely new user account will likely result in a lot of wasted time reconfiguring applications and moving data around. Before getting started, there are some things to understand.