OS: Win XP Pro TI: V10 Home Backup Source: Connected USB 2.0 external drive. I recently restored a previous image on my computer. The computer is running Windows XP Pro and is a member of a domain. When I try to log in to the computer after an image restore, and that restore was made at a time when my password is different from my current password, I can't log in. I get a message about a missing domain controller from Windows. I can get on to the machine by unplugging my network cable and then logging in with the password as it was at the time image was made. Thinking that Windows was just "out of sync" with the network-based domain controller, I tried to change my password by plugging the network cable back into the machine then changing it in the normal windows way. The new password was accepted and everything looked good until I reset my machine. Upon restart, I was back to the same situation (unable to log in unless network unplugged). I realize that this may be a Windows quirk but has any one out there seen / fixed this issue? What do I need to do to fix it? If there's no fix it seriously limits the utility of TI on my machine. My password must be changed every 30 days or so per network policy.