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Setup an email address as your login to the Windows network

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I used to be able to know how to set this up but forgot how to do it.

Does anyone remember how to set this up?

thanks in advance
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Just enter the email address (actually, the UPN, User Principal Name) in the user name field when logging on; as soon as you enter the "@", the domain field will be greyed out.
If you want to know what your UPN is, just check the settings in the Account tab in the user's properties in ADUC.
If your AD domain name is different from your internet domain name, and you want to use your internet domain name to log on, open AD Domains and Trusts, right-click "Active Directory Domains and Trusts" (NOT your domain name!) in the MMC's left pane, choose Properties, and add your internet domain name as UPN suffix.
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Thanks!! I had totally forgotten how to do that.
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