|mosaddique, thanks for the detailed instructions. I have a couple of follow-up questions. I am looking at the first link and came across these two quotes:|
"Before you change a computer's membership from a domain to a workgroup, be sure that you know the user name and the password for an account in the local Administrators group."
"This behavior occurs because the user name and password that you previously used are available for logon only to a domain. "
Q1: The current user that I am using to login has admin rights. However, I have no idea what the password for the username "Administrator" is. Is this still enough to make the changes?
Q2: Does the fact that I created the current user when the machine was still under the domain automatically mean that this user is "available for logon only to [the] domain"?
Q3: I might need to return the desktop to the office at some point. Will I be able to roll back my changes by simply changing back from the workgroup to the original domain?