I am running Windows 7 Professional. I am joined to a domain and I know the domain administrator login/password. When I start msconfig I am prompted for administrative privileges. I am entering the domain admin login information so I should
be running as a system administrator for the Windows 7 PC. When I view the 'Boot' tab I am unable to check the 'No GUI boot' option because it appears that it is disabled.
Since I cannot reproduce this issue, I would like to figure out more information.
How about you using a local administrator?
Is this issue occur on other domain-joined computers?
Meanwhile, I recommend you update the video card driver to the latest one to check if the issue persists.
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