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My domain user cann't log on!

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I reinstalled my computer. As before, I added my machine to a domain and installed a few softwares on this mcahine. However, I was confused that using administrator account could log into the local mcahine but not using a domain user.

After typing domain username and password, then press ENTER, Windows desktop appeared promptly, but when a few startup programe ran for a very short time, the computer flashed with blue screen, then it started to restart immediately. But if I log into the computer with local machine accout such as administrator, the computer could run well and the blue screen wouldn't happen.

Additionally, if log into the machine with a domain user unpluging cable, I could enter Windows well.

Why? Does Anyone know it? Thanks
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and installed a few softwares on this mcahine....

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This is usually the result of a program that accesses domain resources failing...when logged on locally or disconnected from the domain, the program does not initiate and the problem goes away.

Your solution is to uninstall the application in local mode and contact the software provider

(this sounds like a network + test question)
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i think it was number 12 on mine net+ test gerry
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