Originally Posted by apatcas
Again, please if you were able to join an RT to the domain. Please let me know what you did. Would love to not get prompted to log in into PowerShell.
As I've already wrote - use this method: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=211
1. Edit registry:
and reboot. You will enter the setup mode. You would not see the mouse cursor in this mode, and you'll need a hardware keyboard.
2. Open this reg_binary value: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Contro l\ProductOptions\ProductPolicy. Look for unicode string "WorkstationService-DomainJoinEnabled", it is near offset 0x4000. Look at this screenshot:
Select the "00" byte that follows the zero byte after the 64 (64 00 == unicode "d" letter) as you see on the screenshot. Overwrite it with 01. Be careful not to insert a byte, you need to overwrite the existing byte!
3. Rename sppsvc.exe to anything else so that it would not run on boot and reset ProductPolicy ("ren sppsvc.exe sppsvc.bak")
4. Reboot. Now the option to join the domain would be available.
I have not tried to add workstation to domain myself - try that and post here. After adding to domain you may try to rename sppsvc.bak back to sppsvc.exe as otherwise you'll get the "unactivated" Windows RT. I think that this would only remove the add to domain UI, but the RT would be still domain-joined.
I've tried to edit the remote desktop settings keys - this unblocked the corresponding options in the computer settings, but I was unable to connect. Maybe this is due to absence of RDP code in terminal server service - I don't see anyone listening port 3398 though TermServer service is running.