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Remove domain name in "Log on to field"

By minhajlk ·
Hi all,

We have a Win2k Server SP 4 Domain Controller. We setup a child domain and tried to synchronize the data between the two domains. This was only a test and we removed the child domain from our network. When the users log in from a workstation, on the domain "Log on to field" it is still showing the test domain names. How can I remove these test domin from appearing on the workstations domain selection field.

Thanks and regards,

Minhaj.

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by CG IT In reply to Remove domain name in "Lo ...

click start, control panel, system Icon. With the system properties page open click the computer name tab. use the wizard to join the worstation to the other domain. note: sometimes that doesn't work right and one has to join the generic workgroup then rerun the wizard to join the other domain.

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by haileyan In reply to Remove domain name in "Lo ...

Even though the domain is gon you must still have an entry for the domain as trusted.

In administrative tools go to Active Directory Domains & Trusts. Open up your domain and see what trusts exists. If the child domain still shows up remove it. It will try to communicate with that domain and fail. You will then get a promt that it could not communicate and that you should remove it if it no longer exists. Just choose yes to remove it.

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by minhajlk In reply to Remove domain name in "Lo ...

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I've tried to deleted it, but I can't. I do not get a delete option when I click the right mouse on the test child domains.

Is there any other way to delete these child domains?

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