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#1 m_sabbir

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Posted 03 November 2016 - 06:00 AM

Today i am created a domain...but i cannot login domain. b coz my domain password is mizan@123.On the Other Hand my local machine's password is open@123
but when i log on my domain by giving

log on: mizan.edu\administrator

password:

mizan@123
its says incorrect user id and password.

But When i give....such as

log on :
mizan.edu\administrator

password:
open@123
usually i can log on my computer....
Any body help and inform me please.. than where i can logon domain or local machine? ? how can i show it??? thank you very much.

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Posted 03 November 2016 - 04:15 PM

try mizan\administrator or administrator@mizan.edu as the username with the domain administrator password.

If you use the domain\username form, then the domain is specified as the netbios name of the domain (which is usuallly the leftmost element of the domain name unless you have deliberately specified something else.

 

For a local machine logon use the form hostname\LocalUsername or .\LocalUsername and the password for that account.

 

Note that on a domain controller there are no longer any local user accounts. You can only use domain accounts.

 

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Posted 04 November 2016 - 01:28 AM

Ok boss thank you for helping me...i will try it... and i inform you
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