- Windows 10 PC in domain "INTERNAL", but not properly added to Active Directory (AD)
- ADMIN user "INTERNAL\Ken", properly added to AD
- folder "C:\users\ken"
ERROR: "there is no trust relationship ..."
- add PC to Active Directory using wizard
- "add new domain user" -> unchecked
- enter all required network credentials
- restart PC
- Windows welcome screen for new created user "Ken"(???)
- login "INTERNAL\Ken" = same as old login (???)
- new user "Ken" has no admin rights
- extra folder "C:\users\ken.internal"
- access denied to old folder c:\users\ken
- impossible to login to old user "Ken" (= admin user !!!)
How can I get to the old user profile?
I have this screenshot
on which you will notice the current user profiles:
-(1) HP8300-W10-KEN\Administrator: local admin profile
-(2) HP8300-W10-KEN\HP8300-WIN10-KEN-NV: domain admin profile
-(3) INTERNAL\ken: profile that was created when the PC was added to the domain
-(4) unknown account ("onbekend account"): old domain user profile (used to be INTERNAL\ken)
So I would like to get rid of the new "INTERNAL\ken", and then re-assign the unknown profile to "INTERNAL\ken"