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  • aanthony13
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    #167753

    I purchased a workstation with Windows 10 from my employer when I retired. It was a member of a domain but they never removed it from that domain. I went thru Control Panel->Network and tried to change the adapter settings to no avail. One of the companies group policies was to disable wifi. How can I get rid off all the old policies when there is no access to a DC and there are no domain accounts on the workstation or just enable thru Win10. The restriction is not in local security policies. The workstation is intended for my home and I cannot access the internet without wifi.


    wullieb1
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    #245842

    In all seriousness you should take it back to them so it can be removed from the domain and a fresh installation done.

    Else download and rebuild Windows 10 on your own would be my suggestion.


    shakes
    Member
    #392123

    i think you download window agin and rebuilt


    biggles77
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    #214511
    aanthony13 wrote:
    I purchased a workstation with Windows 10 from my employer when I retired.

    Personally, with the ever increasing issue Microsoft is having with Winshit 10 and the Updates, I would check to see what operating system the workstation came with originally and reinstall that. If it was Winshit 10, you have my commiserations. :beer:

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