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    multiple domains at login screen

    We have two networks at our school; a vanilla admin network (domain name: ADMIN) and a RM CC3 student network (domain name: ESHERHIGH).

    Since coming back from the summer holidays, i've noticed at the login screen for admin network computers, you are given the option to logon to the ESHERHIGH domain (in the drop down list underneath password field).

    Before the summer we only had two options; logon to ADMIN or logon to local computer.

    Does anyone have any ideas on why the option to logon to the CC3 domain has suddenly appeared?

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    I can't explain why it has suddenly appeared, but it's all to do with domain trusts. Maybe have a look at the event logs on the server or the trust itself to see if anything has changed.

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