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Cant Logon to domain through windows logon

I have checked the network properties and made sure that my primary network logon is selected to 'Client for Microsoft Networks". When I reboot the machine, I only see the Username and Password logon and no Domain. Is there anything I've missed?
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rav808
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scottrmaCommented:
Double click Client for MS Networks and make sure the "Log on to Windows NT domain" box is checked and that an appropriate domain name is entered in the box.
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section25Commented:
Did this just start happening or is this a new installation or did you change something?

My first suspicion would be to check to make sure that you are connected to the network. If you are not making a connection to the network for one reason or another (bad NIC, cable problem, etc.) you will not be promted to login even though you chose the client for MS NWs.

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rav808Author Commented:
I am connected to the network and no matter when I reboot, The logon for the domain does not appear. Please advise. Thanks!
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djsmithukCommented:
sounds like you are getting prompted for the windows password other than the network password.

this behaviour can occur if the AutoLogon entry appears in the following registry key:

hkey_local_machine\software\microsoft \windows\currentversion\network\real mode net

delete the key "Autologon = "

re-boot pc, the prompt for the network password should appear,

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