If you use a Microsoft account and log into your second, third or even millionth device with those credentials, you'll get the same wallpaper, account settings and even favorites you had on your other computers. Step 3: Enter the Email address for your account, and tap on Next. Hi, Thank you for your question. I really appreciate your assistance and thanks for hanging in there with me. Note: If you are sign in your Surface with a local account, you have to sign in with a Microsoft account again, when you want to use Microsoft services like Xbox, OneDrive, or other services. What environment is your Domain: 2012, 2008, 2003? When you built the machine did you log in locally or with a Microsoft account? Windows helpfully gives you yet another opportunity to set up a Microsoft account. When you sign in with the new Microsoft account, enter the Microsoft account password, follow the on-screen instructions to setup your settings.
I had clicked through the sign-in options previously but it must have been prior to joining the computer to the domain. Right click on the Start menu and the select Command Prompt Admin. Am I overlooking something that is stopping this from happening? If you leave these fields blank, the user can log on directly by simply tapping or clicking the account name on the logon screen. And with recovery I needed to login with an user account. Follow the instructions to finish setting up the account. In this post, we will see how to set up, add, configure and create a new User Account in Windows 10 and Windows 8. As an aside I can browse the network from this machine without providing credentials - they are only required when attempting to access files, etc.
Here will take Windows 8. Despite these advantages, Windows 8 has one serious multiuser problem as by default new users cannot install desktop applications on their own. In addition to that, if you wish to create a Microsoft Account in order to use one e-mail address to sync with all your apps, then refer to the section Create a Microsoft Account in the following article: Hope this information is helpful. As an aside I can browse the network from this machine without providing credentials - they are only required when attempting to access files, etc. Next: rebooted my pc into safe mode with cmd In cmd I made an new administrator account. Personally never seen this on a machine that is in the domain, very odd.
In the end, you should see a screen like the one shown below. But when the same is done via powershell with the administrator, it still gives me a Access is denied error. Step 3: Tap on Delete account and data, and then the user account and data will be deleted. You have to install Windows new this is the best way or you try to make the changes undone. This will add a new local standard account on Windows 10.
Of course, if they are not available for some reason and the need to install the software is immediate, you could always just reset their password and gain access to their user account that way. Then skip to Step 7. Part 4: How to remove other user accounts from your Surface With the administrator account, you also can remove the other users from your Surface. On the login window it tells them to log into pc settings to install updates. The specified domain either does not exist or could not be contacted. By the error, we suggest you delete all Windows profiles, then use the local administrator to logon check if we could add new user.
None of the help I have seen so far addresses this problem. The reasons behind this issue may be miscellaneous, depending on your system usage, dependencies, and so on. In windows 7 I could have my users non admin install updates from the start menu by having them shut down and install updates. Incidentally, Quick User Manager is a freeware that lets you quickly. I am thinking I would need to use the equivalent of grep for windows? We first need to create a user account and then. With this administrator account, you can create, modify, or remove other user accounts on your Surface.
I created a local account for my son on my laptop but I cannot open it every time I try it says logging out. Step 1: Sign in your Surface with and administrator account, go to the accounts settings, select Other accounts. So now you destroyed the account and cant create new accounts. We first need to create a user account and then add the user to the administrators group. Option 2: Add a new user with Command Prompt Step 1:.
I want to query the groups of the user remotely. My Windows could not start up normally. From that machine, if you ping lfjennings. As such Microsoft advises to create and use your Microsoft Account to sign into Windows. As per your description, you are logged in a local admin user account. System error 1355 has occurred.