administrator.mydomain appears on my windows 2003 standard server
Posted on 2011-03-17
So something crazy just happened on my server.
We got an error saying low drive space... I cleared the temp folder and gave me 2 gigs back. That's not the problem.
What I noticed is that under documents and settings on the server, there is an additional account on there called administrator.mydomain (don't want to say my real domain).
I go into that folder and find just standard files and icons.
When I go back into docs and settings and go under the regular "administrator" account, I find all my icons and everything else.
When I shutdown and restart, log in... It logs me into the administrator.mydomain account instead of then normal one.
I would love to find the cause, but now I just need a solution in order to get us back up and running. I know there is no "system restore" for windows server 2003, So I just need to know how I can bring it back to logging in with the regular Administrator account instead of administrator.mydomain...
There is no way to log in "locally" on the server anyway, so I don't understand why it would create the administrator.mydomain.
Anything you can do to help me quickly is greatly greatly appreciated.