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Disconnect my pc from old business network

Discussion in 'Networking' started by mmelcer, Aug 25, 2018.

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  1. mmelcer

    mmelcer Thread Starter

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    Hi, I brought my computer home from work after I closed my business, but now it seems that there were two profiles on it, mine and my network admin's. Because he passed away, I am in a bit of a problem. Seems my permissions are limited, which includes installing any new software, like drivers for a printer for example, or Quickbooks.
    So, I looked online on how to remove his profile, but when I did so, I guess I removed mine too, because now I can't log on that computer at all.

    So, I took another computer out of the closet, the one I'm on now. Same deal. Can't load new printer drivers...grrrr....can anyone help me?? thanks in advance!

    Mary
     
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    I should be more clear: It seems the computer still thinks its on the network at the office. What I changed was to change the domain that I was logging on to and now it won't let me log on at all. Thanks again.

    Mary
     
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    So what I did was try to disconnect from that old business network, but somehow now I can't log on at all. Can you help me figure out what to do now?
     
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