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Active Directory Login

Hi,

I just did a Windows XP repair on a machine that is connected to the Domain...actually I had to do this repair about 4 times each time for driver related issues and troubleshooting.

After I get it back up and running, Internet Explorer asks me /user for domaincredentials to log in.

Is there a way around it? Does it have something to do with SIDs?

Thanks
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georjkuruvi
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Matthew MillersCommented:
Have you tried removing/readding the machine to the domain?
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georjkuruviAuthor Commented:
no not yet.

will that cause issues with user profiles. I really do not want loss of settings that are associated with the user profile
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and235100Commented:
Have you tried either - remove from the domain, renaming the computer, then re-adding it - or resetting the Secure Channel (i.e. nltest or netdom): http://support.microsoft.com/kb/216393/EN-US/
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georjkuruviAuthor Commented:
i updated ie to version 7 and it no longer asks for domain credentials to access intranet sites. any idea why that is?
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ChiefITCommented:
Here is a Question/Answer Blog on Microsoft Developer's Network site that may answer your question:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/issues/05/09/SecurityBriefs/
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georjkuruviAuthor Commented:
guys
i gave up on that machine...too much trouble....set up a new machine. thx for your help.
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