We have a network with both Novell Netware 5.X and Windows 2000 Server (domain). Most users have "merged" logons. In other words, if their Netware and their Domain usernames and passwords match, you only get the Netware login and it skips the domain logon.
However, we have some Windows XP users who have had a prior user logon to their machine and it won't forget the prior user. So when the Netware logon processes, instead of passing the username/[password on to the domain server, it brings up a "Windows Workstation" box to logon to the domain. The domain is prefilled and the prior user is always prefilled, and it waits for the password. If you change the username to the current, and enter the password, and click the check box which says "change the password to match after a successful logon", it does not help. Nothing seems to help. It continuously and repeatedly will retain the old username, so that the user has to logon twice.
I have been through the registry and made sure that the keys for default logon users in the LOCAL MACHINE - SOFTWARE - MICROSOFT - WINDOWS NT - WINLOGON section are the correct user. This does not help.
How can I make Windows forget the prior user for the domain logon?