I have a Windows XP Pro computer that was part of a domain in a company that went bankrupt. I want to remove it from the Domain and have it function in A Workgroup. My immediate problem is that I can't open a page in Internet Explorer and so cannot get Windows Updates. This is the message I get...Whatever that domain was it no longer exists. I really, really don't want to reinstall everything. I did go into My Computer-Properties and change the name and place it in a Workgroup instead of a Domain but it didn't help.403: Forbidden
This error message is generated when the web server is trying to access a file that does not exist or has been configured incorrectly
Ensure that you have a valid home page defined in your website directory (example: /htdocs/index.html, /htdocs/index.php). On Unix, this is case sensitive and must be all lower case.
In your Account Manager, under Hosting Tools, click to .Reset File Permissions..
If you need help resetting file permissions, click here: http://www.networksolutions.com/supp...e-permissions/
is this something local I can change or was it at the servers for the domain?In your Account Manager, under Hosting Tools, click to .Reset File Permissions..
There must be a way.