Difference between a domain USER and an AUTHENTICATED USER Tags: Domain Windows Last response: February 17, 2011 7:11 AM in Windows 2000/NT Share Anonymous February 17, 2011 4:08:01 AM What is the difference between a DOMAIN USER and an AUTHENTICATED USER More about : difference domain user authenticated user | E-mail me updates | Report abuse Register or log in to remove Ijack February 17, 2011 7:11:06 AM An AUTHENTICATED USER may have been authenticated anywhere; the Domain, another Domain in the Forest, or locally. A DOMAIN USER has been authenticated on the Domain. | Report abuse Ask the community Publish Tom's Hardware>Forum>Windows 2000/NT>Difference between a domain USER and an AUTHENTICATED USER> Related ressources: ForumDifference between a USER and an AUTHENTICATED USER ForumUser autentification and access to "sister" domain resources ForumPassing authentication off to another domain ForumUser in two groups Admin and Power User ForumUser Problems ForumWrong Default User ForumIs every user a member of Users? ForumWho are authenticated users on my computer ForumRemoved user from one domain and added to another. Noteboo.. ForumSynchronize domain user and local user account ForumDifference between Domain Name erver and Workgroup ForumAuthenticated users ForumClient Domain Switching between organizations? ForumUser Profiles after reinstalling domain controller ForumTrust Between 2 domain Controllers ForumWhat is domain server and workgroup server ForumAuthenticated Users ForumOwnership of Authenticated Users Special Identity ForumParallel and com ports not appearing in device manager ForumCan i use the same name for my AD network and my domain More resources !