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If my only Domain Controller is on a Windows 2008 Hyper-v server then do I always have to use a local (non-domain) credentials to login to the host server & the Hyper-v server after a reboot?

I just want to be sure ...

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You can use cached credentials until the guest-os domain-controller comes online... or simply set the instance with the guest-os domain-controller to automatically start on boot ... and wait until it comes online before attempting to log into the host server.

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