Outlook Anywhere required domain name first, is this expected

By philldmc ·
We have SBS 2008 with all the latest service packs. My clients are using Outlook 2007. My laptop clients when connected to the network they connect just fine. When the clients leave the building and launch outlook they are asked for their user name and password. However, for it to accept their user name they must include the domain. domain\user, for example MYCOMPANY\BJONES.

Is this normal or expected? The laptops were joined to the domain so I thought Outlook would hold the users, user's name and password plus the domain information. I know there is the option to have it remember all the log in information when it prompts for the password.

Am I missing a step or will it always require the login when away from the orginaztion?

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