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Is there a way to change default domain prefix (DOMAIN\Username) when entering the username in windows auth prompt? I have a machine out of domain and I need to enter just username and password because entering prefix is a bit annoying. But by default it becomes MACHINENAME\Username.

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If you are on the machine that isn't in a domain, there should be no need to specify the domain or machinename. – uSlackr May 31 '12 at 14:35
    
I think I expressed myself imprecisely. I mean I get auth window when I trying to get access to shared directory. – jjohnson Jun 1 '12 at 6:13

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