|21 Mar 2011||#1|
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Automatic adding of a domain name when authenticating
Not sure if this is where I should be posting this. Please redirect me if there is a better forum that I should use.
I use my own laptop while working as a contractor. I am running Windows 7 ultimate x64 Sp1. The laptop uses homegroup to connect to other PCs whilst at home.
To access network devices whilst at work I use the Cisco VPN client to attach to their network. This works great for most things I need to do, however,...
If I need to access a shared directory on one of their servers the authenication window that appears automatically adds my laptop name as a domain name. As this is not the domain of the server I fail to authenicate. The added domain name is not in the username box as in previous versions on windows but appears in the text part of the dialogue box so I cannot delete it.
Is there any way that I can stop this from happening adn gain access to the files I need without resorting to a friendly staff member and a USB stick?
This is really doing my head in
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