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Server 2008 CLIENT to access the domain

Posted on 2011-02-13
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I have 2 installations of Server 2008 in virtual box
Server2008_Domain
Server2008_Client

I have created a new domain in a new forest on the 'Server2008_Domain' and I have also added a USER in 'Server2008_Domain'. Now I am trying to access the domain from the client server. I was able to change my client domain to the Server2008_Domain (test.t1.com).

Question: Now what are the next steps to login to this domain? (I have rebooted both systems)

Ps. I thought just by adding domain and rebooting, the login to the domain server will take place but I think I went wrong on that one:)
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have you added Server2008_Client and joined this server to the domain, so it's a member of the domain?
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if the client server is a member of the domain, hit CITRL-ALT-DEL, and select login as other user, specify the the user name and domain, and login.
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hanccocka that was it, completely forgot about that:)
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Awesome
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