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The problem is that AD now sees the VM as the Official [TM] version of your company-issued laptop. I'm afraid you're going to have to 'fess up to someone who has the privileges to click "reset" on the domain side, then pop the laptop out of and back into AD. This will break the VM on your home desktop.


you are in single user mode so you don't specify users make sure your root filesystem is mounted in read/write mount -o remount,rw / then passwd


Everybody uses the same user log ins for their machine (WorkUser1) - so I cannot simply add the WorkUser1 account as having shared/owner access This is your problem which you must fix first: If you use a workgroup, you create user accounts with the same usernames and password combinations like on your local PCs and optionally create groups where those ...

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