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Jun
29
comment Is it possible to connect with domain, when active directory is not installed?
Thanks again. I promoted the server as domain controller, and assigned user profiles to machines. I found Profile Migration wizard that helped a lot with migrating, so thing are all right now :)
Jun
25
comment Is it possible to connect with domain, when active directory is not installed?
Will that affect everyone's access to shared folder, etc. Are we going to have to reconfigure every local machine, to enable them to logon to newly promoted domain controller?
Jun
25
accepted Is it possible to connect with domain, when active directory is not installed?
Jun
25
comment Is it possible to connect with domain, when active directory is not installed?
Thank you, sir. I think that is the case here. Server was reinstalled and not recounfigured to use domain, but local computers have domain/user logon... So, now we should configure it all again in order to use domain again. I was afraid to start new domain on server, I thought I could make some things to stop working, and we have our accounting software database on that machine...
Jun
25
comment Is it possible to connect with domain, when active directory is not installed?
@Itai I think that may be the case. But how are we able to login then? How to create other users?
Jun
25
asked Is it possible to connect with domain, when active directory is not installed?
Apr
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Dec
23
accepted Is subdomain (CNAME) slower than using original address?
Dec
23
asked Is subdomain (CNAME) slower than using original address?