I have a machine that is a member of Domain A which is in Forest A. There is also another domain Domain B that is a member of Forest A. this machine has EEPC 6.2 installed on it and had been working fine until it ran out of battery and died while connected to a wireless network belonging to Domain B. After the machine was plugged in and restarted while on a network associated with Domain A the SSO logged the user into Domain B when it should have logged the user into Domain A. This user had never logged into Domain B on this machine. We logged off Domain B and logged into Domain A and deleted the users profile for Domain B and restarted. After restarting and logging into EEPC the user was still logged into Domain B and the users profile was recreated. I have looked in the registry and cannot find the reference the users Domain B login. By default if we want to log into Domain B from a machine joined to Domain A we have to use Domain B\username and I cannot find this entry in the registry. Does anyone have an ides what to change to restore this user back to logging into Domain A be default with SSO?
I did as you instructed to no avail. I went into the Windows Application Events log and there were some errors caused by MfeEpehost.exe. They started occurring after the system ran out of battery and shutdown. The error was not reported until the next morning in the Windows Event log. I found this McAfee KB article that did resolve my issue. https://kc.mcafee.com/corporate/index?page=content&id=KB76205&actp=LIST_RECENT After deleting the xxxxxx.bak registry key for the Domain B profile the machine was able to login to the correct domain. The question still remains as to why the profile for Domain B was created in the first place. As stated earlier the user NEVER logged into Domain B on this machine before.