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What is the format for logging into a domain account in OS X?

At the login screen, how do I login to a domain account? For example, on Windows the username might be something like louis@contoso.local, where the domain is contoso.local. Edit: The AD username ...
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How to join an Active Directory domain in Lion?

where do I begin in joining an OS X Lion workstation to an existing AD Domain (Server 2008 R2)?
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Unable to login to MacBook, worked fine with Active Directory account on corp. network

My IT dept setup my new MacBook Pro with 2 accounts. One is a local account and the other is on the Active Directory server. Both have administrative privileges on the mac. I've been using the AD ...
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Active Directory login takes from seconds to minutes on OSX

Login screen loads a very long time occasionally. It's annoying to wait for 5 minutes just to be able to use the MacBook. I have not been able to find a reason why it sometimes takes a very long time ...
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How long are Windows Server 2003 Active Directory credentials cached on Snow Leopard?

I have a few Macbooks that will be added to our Windows 2003 domain controller. Since these are mobile units, concerns arose of how long they (the machines) will maintain login rights after their last ...
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Active Directory account locks for no apparent reason

I've been troubleshooting this problem for two years and it keeps coming back. Our Mac users authenticate to our Active Directory server which is running Windows Server 2008 Standard. One of the Mac ...
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Where is Active Directory configuration information stored?

I'm curious as to where Active Directory configurations are stored on Mac OS X 10.6. "man dsconfigad" and "man dscl" are both silent on where those utilities store/read their information. In ...
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Detaching from Active Directory and keeping mobile accounts

I have a MacBook Pro which is attached to an AD domain. The user has a domain account which is Administrator, Managed and Mobile - the home directory is on the local machine. The company is closing ...