In Control Panel\User Accounts\User Accounts left hand side I see a "Tasks"
list (Create a password reset disk, etc), but nothing I can see there looks
In Control Panel\System and Maintenance\System, under computer name, domain
and workgroup settings, it shows
Computer Name: [name]
Full Computer Name: [name].[primary DNS suffix]
(Everything in [brackets] replace the names used in my computer).
Also if I select Change Computer Settings to get the System Properties |
Computer Name dialog. It confirms its in a workgroup not a domain.
All I can guess is that the earlier partial attempt to change from a
workgroup to a domain set some sort of flag somewhere (registry?), even
though the chance was not successful. But I wouldn't know where to start to
> Users account in control panel, on the left side.
> It may or may not let you. You might try system in
> control panel system and maintenance to check
> whether your computer is a member of a domain
> or a workgroup.
> "plumbley" <plumbley@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> >I tried to use Windows Help and Suport get help about "password reset
> > But the message says "Because your computer is on a domain, you can't
> > create
> > a password reset disk." But this is not true - its in a workgroup.
> > (OK, I did attempt to add to a domain at some point, but cancelled that
> > and
> > decided not to after all, until our department has a working Vista setup.)
> > Why does the help system think I'm connected to a domain? How can I reset
> > it
> > so that I can get the correct help item?
> > Many thanks,
> > Mark