Client Asking for Password in domain environment

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Client Access
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Outlook Express
POP3
I m workin in a domain environment, i have added the client to domain. everything is workin but when i try to access other network systems, it asks for the password. i think it should not ask for the password coz its already added to a domain.even when i access the server , it ask for password. i cannot login to OUtlook express, coz it denies access to POP3. etc etc. what should i do.?

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Does you account exist in the domain? If you are trying to logon locally to the systems you will be prompted foe a userid

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  • mshen
    You are only prompted for a login if your user account does not have the correct priviledges to access that resource. If the computer is not added to the domain, it will also prompt for a password. As RichS said, you might be logging on as a local user instead of a domain user.
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  • Sixball
    Like Rich stated - you either are not using a domain login, or are using a login without the proper level of permissions to the resources yuor trying to access...
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