|OK, I've read most of the posts where people have taken their work computer home, changed the domain to MSHOME and then can't log on. I've done the same thing, however, I no longer work for the company and I can't take the computer back to have them fix it. They told me I could take the computer home because they didn't want it and they would lock me out of the company network so they had no problem with it. The computer is a Dell lattitude laptop. But my resume and a lot of other documents are still on this computer. I changed the network domain so I could just share the information across my home network but now I can't log on. I'm not the administrator on the computer, the IT group was so I don't have admin privelages. I can't get past this "ctrl+alt+del" thing with safe mode either. Is there a way to get to a "C:" prompt and change the domain back to what is was before. I figure there must be a log file on the computer that I changed and maybe I can just go back into it and delete the network domain that I just added?|
Anyone have any suggestions?