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  • computers must me a member of the domain

    Hi All,

    how can I find out or make sure I have a policy that the computers must be a member of the domain?

    is it under computer configuration - windows settings - security settings ?

    thanks

  • #2
    Re: computers must me a member of the domain

    If the computer is not a member of the domain, its not going to process GPOs.
    JM @ IT Training & Consulting
    http://www.itgeared.com

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    • #3
      Re: computers must me a member of the domain

      Hi,
      Thanks for your reply. I should have expalined it better. Here is the senerio;
      I have a laptop in a workgroup and I would like to access the domain (work) resources from this laptop using my credentials via vpn and rdp.
      My question is: would I be able to access to the domain with the right credentials even if the laptop is not in the domain?
      can I still accsess it if there is a policy that the computer must be a member of the domain? If there is a how can I find out/change it?
      Thanks

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      • #4
        Re: computers must me a member of the domain

        short answer: yes.
        I'm in the middle of (very slowly, when i can be bothered) building my internal domain infrastructure.

        I've got a couple of servers, and some test workstations joined to the domain
        but my primary laptop isn't yet.

        However, I can still map network drives.
        I just tick 'use alternate credentials"
        and make sure my shares have relevfant permission.
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