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Which Domain Controller authenticated me

By mike.crain ·
A recent TechMail tld of a registry hack to have it tell you which domain controller authenticated you (HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Network\Logon\DomainLogonMessage Then set its value to 1. )

Is ther a way to do this in Windows NT 3.51? What about 4.0?

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by joe_whitley In reply to Which Domain Controller a ...

Try winmsd from command prompt, network tab

hope this helps

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by mike.crain In reply to Which Domain Controller a ...

I could see default gateway IP, My IP/MAC ect, but not what DC authenticated me.

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by phasenjager In reply to Which Domain Controller a ...

Try using the SET command in the DOS Shell. I know this works in 2000 and I believe it works on 4.0. As for 3.51, I'm not sure if it works or not.

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by mike.crain In reply to Which Domain Controller a ...

I found that the same command works in NT that 2000 uses. From command prompt type echo %logonserver%

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