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  • Win 10 Pro on domain

    installed Window 10 Pro on a Dell E6430 with no issues, placed said laptop on domain with my admin account and I can't use any features. I then logged on as myself on my domain and same issue. I removed the laptop off the domain and rebooted (workgroup) and then logged on all works...crazy.

    my AD's are Win 2008 and Windows 2012 servers. Has anyone run into this issue?


  • #2
    Typing this on a Surface Pro running 10 Pro on a 2012 R2 domain, haven't had any issues. I've got 2 profiles (both domain accounts) and both are working fine.

    Did you try a local account whilst joined to the domain? Sounds like some security software or GPOs aren't happy with W10.
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    • #3
      Well I fixed it, I first did a clean install this time with Enterprise Ed (x64). But I had the same issues, so on a elevated cmd prompt I ran: sfc /scannow after that finished I ran: Dism /Online /Cleanup-image /restorehealth then rebooted. MS Edge, Start button and Store come up!

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      • #4
        spoke to soon. After installing Office 2013 and installing additional MS updates it reverts back to original issue. If I run the two commands again then it works...yahoooooo Windows 10 is here!

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        • #5
          Doesn't sound like a Windows 10 issue, rather a Group Policy issue... or any other of the numerous ways to push settings to client machines. I would go through any policies, scripts, or management software you have in place to see what's pushing the configuration and make an exclusion or change.
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          Jeremy

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          • #6
            pushing the config? I did a clean install via ISO.

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            • #7
              But if it connected to the Domain then there may be some GPOs being applied.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by bigalusn View Post
                pushing the config? I did a clean install via ISO.
                Right, what biggles says. When you join a domain any number of policies, scripts, and applications can be installed. It's the act of joining the domain that brings these changes, not the media you installed from.
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                Jeremy

                Network Consultant/Engineer
                Baltimore - Washington area and beyond
                www.gma-cpa.com

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