Re: Domain List Problem
Date: Fri, 13 May 2005 13:23:29 -0400
You can only be joined to one domain at a time. The list will show you the local
machine, the domain you are in, and any domains trusted by the domain you are in.
Joe Richards Microsoft MVP Windows Server Directory Services
> I'm using Windows XP with SP2. I can join 2 domains suceessfully, but during
> logon, I only see one domain in the Log On Domain list (plus my local
> machine). I expected to see all (2) domains that I had logged into before,
> plus my local machine. Why the domain list does not keep all the domain I
> have joined ?
> Any information is appriciated.
> Thanks In Advance !
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