If you have ever been in a situation where you had to log on to your computer and get something done, you would have certainly used the Windows login process 192.168. 0.1. Most people log on to their computer using the username “Domain Admin” or “NET Administrator”. This is where you have complete control over the computer from that point. The other way to logon to your computer would be to use your username “DOMAUNCH” or “My Net Security”, where” Domain Admin” is replaced with “My Computer” or “My Computer System”. In the latter case, Windows gets the computer’s name from the IP address of the machine and not the domain name you are trying to access.
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Now that we have covered the two most common ways of getting into the administrative panel, how does one go about logging on? When you start your computer, find the Control Panel / Network settings (or whatever you are using as your username and password here). Once there, double click on the Active Directory Users and Computers section. You will see a pop up asking for your default credentials, which include the username and password you set during the installation of the operating system.
From here, you can log on either to the windows or the mac side of things, depending on which you have decided upon. You will find that both of these methods are the same, so let us move on. On the mac side, you will need to go to the properties of the wireless router you have and click on the LAN button. From here, you will be able to enter the IP address of the wireless router you are using. Once you click Save, your login and your password should be secure now.