I recently transferred my domain controller over to another Windows 2003 server. The old one was retired and disconnected from the network.
I have since found that I can no longer log into my laptop when disconnected from the network. This was never an issue before. I checked the local group policy and
Windows Settings\Security Settings\Local Policies\Security Options\Interactive Logon: Number of previous logons to cache... is set to 10. If I restart and remove the ethernet cable before logging in, I get the error stating the log on server could not be found. Once I plug it back in, I can log on.
Everything in the domain seems to work perfectly fine, but for some reason this setting is just not working anymore. Is there another setting somewhere that could be disabling this?
Thanks in advance for any replies.