My computer is joined to a domain. But I frequently work at a customers site,
and need to connect to their resources. With Windows XP it is possible to
save your credentials when you connect to a server. In Vista, for me, it is
not possible. Furthermore, if I go to "Manage your Network Passwords", and
try to create a username/password. The option "Windows Logon Credential" is
greyed out. So I can create a "Web site or program credential".
Hope this makes things clear.
"Kerry Brown" wrote:
> I don't understand what you are trying to do, simply logon with a domain
> account? Is the computer joined to the domain? If it is it should default to
> logging on to the domain. If for some reason it isn't pick switch user and
> specify the domain user. Note there is no way to pick either the domain or
> the local computer from a drop down list as in previous Windows. You have to
> specify it in the user name as in ComputerName\UserName or
> MS-MVP Windows - Shell/User
> ronaldpj wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I am using RC1 in a domain environment, but I can't seem to create a
> > Windows Logon Credential. Neither can I select "remember my password"
> > when I connect to a network resource. Is it possible to set something
> > like this through a policy, or is something else wrong.
> > regards,
> > Ronald