The default value for Domain/Computer in the logon dialog box is
taken from the last logon that was used on the console. Logon to
the console with a domain account to set the proper domain in the
logon dialog box.
MCSE, CCEA, Microsoft MVP - Terminal Server
TS troubleshooting: http://ts.veranoest.net
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=?Utf-8?B?Sm9lIEou?= <JoeJ.TakeThisOut@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote on 30
sep 2005 in microsoft.public.windows.terminal_services:
> Thanks for your reply Rodney but that's not it. Like I
> mentioned...I modified the WINLOGON part of the registry and it
> works only for about an hour then it gets over written. I don't
> know what is over writting it but I am asuuming it's a GPO but
> not sure where to look. I'm completely stumped and any help from
> anyone would be great. thanks
> "Rodney Buike" wrote:
>> One other thing to check. On the terminal server open up the
>> Terminal Services Configuration applet under Administrative
>> Tools. Go into the RDP-Tcp Properties and check the Logon
>> Settings tab. It is possible the local machine name is set
>> there and that setting will override any client settings.
>> Rodney Buike MCSE 2000/2003
>> "Joe J." wrote:
>> > how can my terminal servers to default to my domain instead
>> > of the local machine. I've tried the registy edit but it gets
>> > overwritten every hour or so by (i'm assuming) a group policy
>> > which i can't find anywhere.
>> > My users keep calling cause they don't know to select from
>> > the Domain instead of local machine.....ahhhhh. This just
>> > starting happening today and I don't know why it's happening
>> > now. Any help would be great appriciated.