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Vin.j

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We have purchased laptops for work related reasons. When we connect these to our corporate LAN Windows XP initiates a Windows Logon client. This is great for the LAN, the problem is that when the laptops are removed from the LAN, the Logon client remains, meaning that the person has to enter the LAN userID and password for then on even when in stand alone.
I believe there are Admin settings that can only be put in via command line, does anyone know these, thanks
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What version of XP do you have? Pro or Home?
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when you say windows logon client...what exactly do you mean? can you describe it

(is it just the classic logon screen...press ctrl alt del to logon...then asks for the user name password and domain?)
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