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What Windows 7 Professional changes do I make to log into Server 8 Domain

Posted on 2010-08-17
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I have Windows 7 Professional desktops

1 Windows 8 Server.

How do I make my desktops come up with the old request for Login and password

to log into domain.  Currently comes up to login screen with Owner and Remote selections.

Since I am now on a Windows 8 Domain. do I need a homegroup setup?

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by:ChiefoftheChiss
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Check out this tutorial to find how to join the desktops to your domain
http://www.elmajdal.net/win7/Joining_Windows_7_To_Domain.aspx

I get the feeling that isn't what you are asking though, please clarify what you are trying to accomplish.

A homegroup is pitiful to the power of your 2008 server.
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by:Mike Thomas
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I think this is what you might be looking for

http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/612-secure-logon-press-ctrl-alt-delete-log.html

Although so long as the computer is on the domain you can use the domainname\username format anyhow
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Alos you might want this

http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/61650-log-user-name-password.html

This combination allows you to ctrl alt del and enter username and password

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by:Joseph Salazar
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If the Answer was clicking a button to every question, it would be outstanding.
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