Nope, that would be a gaping security hole. Plus, you're doing this all backwards. You should be logging into your domain account and using "Run program as" for the few programs that need admin access and you were given a local admin account for. You should never be logging in directly to the local admin account. Have someone in your company's IT department set up shortcuts so that every time you launch programs that need admin access, they prompt you to enter in the local admin account username and password.
Someone in your company's IT department really dropped the ball in a big way by not doing this when they gave you a local admin account along with explaining to you never to log in with the local admin account.
Our office uses an ISA server.
When I log into my computer using a domain account, I can access the internet seamlessly and without any problems. This domain account is useless however, since it does not allow me to run the programs that need administrative privileges.
But when I log into my computer using a local administrator account, (which I do most of the time), the first time I try to connect to the internet using an internet browser, a username/password dialog pops up and asks for my very long 'domain' username and password.
I could cope with this, but there are 2 problems.
1- When I do not access the internet for 4-5 minutes, I have to re-enter the huge username and password all over again.
2- Programs that access the internet in the background (Windows update, antivirus update, etc.) always generate error messages because of this hindrance.
I want to know, is there a way to enter and store my 'domain' user name and password somewhere in the settings (for my local user) so I don't have to go through this painful process again and again?