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Terminal opens when on domain, Crash when not on domain?

My laptop is configured to be on a domain and authenticates through AD.

On my home network I installed Cygwin on a local network (not attached
to any domain) and launch a terminal so a bash shell opens, everything
is ok.

I go to work, attach to the network which puts me on the domain and
everything is ok. I can open a terminal and can work in a bash shell.

Now anytime I am not attached to the domain, I cannot open the
terminal or a shell. The terminal attempts to pop up and it just
crashes.  When I "chdir c:\cygwing62\bin" and start "bash --login -i"
from a windows command window manually, it get a "cannot find ID"
error.  It doesn't matter if I am on a local network at starbucks or
completely disconnected for any network. Once I join the domain again,
all is fine.

This is the only version I have seen this happen on.

CYGWIN_NT-6.1 akak01000101 2.1.0(0.287/5/3) 2015-07-14 21:28 x86_64 Cygwin

Any thoughts on a fix?


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