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Old 12-06-2012, 04:25 AM   #1
Sathish Hemadhri
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Dear All,
I had installed SUSE Linux 11.2 SP2 in my laptop and i had added that laptop in domain. While logging into the machine,defalut authentication method is local login. I need to change that option to my domain name everytime I login. Can anyone help me fixing this issue.
 
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Dear All,
I had installed SUSE Linux 11.2 SP2 in my laptop and i had added that laptop in domain. While logging into the machine,defalut authentication method is local login. I need to change that option to my domain name everytime I login. Can anyone help me fixing this issue.
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