After remove server from domain, the removed server still access the domain resources

Posted on 2010-01-07
Last Modified: 2013-12-24
I´ve been removed a server WEBSERVER from my active directory domain. But this server still access domain resources, like shared folders (that need permission). Its like the credentials from this server has been "cached" on some place...

Any idea?
Question by:FelipeSchneider
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    is the local user you are using to logon to this server (say administrator) has the same password as the domain one ?

    if yes then you have your answer
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    What Akhater said,

    If the local Administrator user has the same password as your Domain Administrator then it will authenticate with those details and you'll have full Domain Admin access.

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