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Windows 7: Cannot log back into domain

13 Apr 2011   #1
skeating

Windows 7 Enterprise 64 and 32 bit
 
 
Cannot log back into domain

Hello All

I have several machines running Windows 7 64 bit, on which I am running the XP Mode VM. Both the host and the vm are connected to the Domain. I have been having problems where a person will be logged into the vm, then minimize it to work on other things. When they try to get back on the vm, they have to log back in, but are informed that they domain cannot be reached. The only way I have been able to solve this is to un-join the vm from the domain, then rejoin it to the domain. The vm will be in hibernation when the login attempt is made. Is there a setting I need to make to keep this problem from happening?

Thanks

Stephen Keating


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13 Apr 2011   #2
brady

 

What network configuration are you running on the VM Host/Client VM?
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14 Apr 2011   #3
skeating

Windows 7 Enterprise 64 and 32 bit
 
 
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At first I used the default NAT, but then I set it to bridge to the NIC on the host. another thing I notice is that when the person 'john smith' cannot log in, and I try to login as the XPMUser account on the computer, I get a warning message saying that 'john smith' is already logged into the computer. If that is so, how can john smith resume his previous login?
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