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Windows 7: Accessing internet from domain

25 Oct 2012   #1
jef231

Win XP Pro SP3 and MAC OSX 10.6
 
 
Accessing internet from domain

Using Win 7 Pro on Dell Latitude D630. I joined my domain and completed all
Windows updates. I can access internet as long as I am logged in as administrator,
but when logging into the domain as any other user, IE9 remains when blank.
I have switched from a static ip address, to a received DHCP address but to no avail.
Am I overlooking something? Many thanks!


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25 Oct 2012   #2
chev65

Windows 7 Ult, Windows 8.1 Pro,
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jef231 View Post
Using Win 7 Pro on Dell Latitude D630. I joined my domain and completed all
Windows updates. I can access internet as long as I am logged in as administrator,
but when logging into the domain as any other user, IE9 remains when blank.
I have switched from a static ip address, to a received DHCP address but to no avail.
Am I overlooking something? Many thanks!
This may be due to the Domain's GPO settings which can be used to prevent anyone with a non admin account any access to the network.

The obvious solution is to add the new User to the Admin group by going to Computer Management>System Tools , then add the new User to the Admin group.
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