We had a policy on our netword that disabled cached credentials on all workstations. We have managed to remove this in the following location on our Server 2003 machine (Computer Config > Windows Settings > Security Settings > Security Options > "Interactive logon: Number of previous logons to cache (in case domain controller is not available).)
The problem that we have is that we have remote users that use SSL to connect to the network after they logged into their machine and because the cached credentials was disabled on their local policy while they were connected to the domain yestarday, they cannot log into their machines today.
So is there a way to bypass the cached credentials when logging into the machine? Also note that the Administrator account has been disabled so I can not get into the machine at all.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.