ODBC Login forcing full computer name for user.

I am using MySQL ODBC 3.51.21 32 bit on Windows 2012 Server 64 bit.  I am connecting to a MySQL database engine  5.7 x64.
As this is in a virtual environment all of the 2012 systems are the same.

On some machines when I create the ODBC connection it will accept 'root' as the user. On others it insists on  'root@test.sys1.qqq'.  This is very difficult as I do not want to set up each computer with it's own user.

Does anyone have a solution as to why some machines want the full machine name in the login?
David BoccabellaAsked:
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