Domain Controller Tags: Windows Server 2003 Domain Controller Active Directory Windows Last response: June 15, 2010 9:35 PM in Windows 2000/NT Share sbryan01 June 15, 2010 6:02:04 PM Hello, I have a Domain Controller with Windows 2003 with Active Directory. When loging on the only pull down menu is the domain name it doesn't have the local server name. How would I be able to logon locally? More about : domain controller Ijack June 15, 2010 9:35:55 PM As I recall there is no such thing as a local logon (in the sense that you are referring to) to an Active Directory DC. Why would you need a local logon? (Not quite true - if you boot in Active Directory restore mode then you use the original local Administrator account - otherwise it's always a Domain logon.) m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedHi to all. I am having problem that i am having corporate level Network & Domain controller and we use Google chrome for inter Forum SolvedActive Directory Domain Services - Domain Controller Error Forum SolvedWhat is the cheapest edition of Windows that can act as a Domain Controller? Forum SolvedDomain Controller says "No logon servers available"? Forum SolvedDomain PC Backup to Domain Controller / File Server Forum SolvedWindows 2008 backup domain controller Forum SolvedServer 2003 AD/Domain/Domain Controller/DNS confusion! Forum SolvedVMware: Workstations do not read the Domain Controller Forum SolvedFile server and domain controller Forum Hosting a domain controller Forum SolvedHow to create a domain host controller for xp Forum SolvedAD Domain Controller Concurrent Logons Forum domain controller problem Forum Domain Controller: RAID Options Forum Connecting new machine to Domain Controller Forum An attempt to resolve the DNS name of a domain controller in the domai Forum Linux as primary domain controller Forum How windows xp work as domain controller in domain Forum How to create a domain host controller for xp Forum Domain controller problems Forum More resources !