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jst42day

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Is the following supposed to be all 0's?
HKEY_USERS\(then a long number)\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Current
Version\Internet Settings\Zone Map\Domains
I read a post in another forum by someone who had a bunch of domains in it.
I checked mine and there doesn't appear to be anything.
Hope you can shed some light on this for me. I'm still a novice.
Thanks.
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Hello, and welcome to Geeks To Go.
Is your computer on a domain?
Do you have the computer set up to run off of a server with active directory?
Is this XP home or pro?
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No domain.
No server.
XP Pro w/SP2.
I use Optimum Online/Cablevision for my broadband.
Security software and hardware are as follows:
Avira Personal Premium AV
Online Armor paid edition
Super Anti Spyware free
AVG Anti Spyware free
Spyware Blaster
D-Link 655n router w/NAT and SPI w/wireless function turned off.

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The reasom there are no values for a domain on your computer is that it has not been set up on a domain.
You have the registry key because XP PRO can be set up on a domain.
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