N/APosted on - 06/26/2012
On Windows, the installer would not allow the computer name to be the same as the user account name. This is considered as a bad exercise and can cause trouble with device that used the network (SQL Server is one of the example). But after the installation you can actually alter the names to compare. My question is Why does Windows allow this after explicitly prohibited during the installation process.
Name change after install, why?
The main system is that both names are not the same; both are used for different purpose, however, the purpose is fulfilled by the fact that the usage is multilingual and uses characteristics to choose the network system. The manual is enclosed for ready reference. The names if at all require being same, then that is made possible by allowing after installation. See that the users who are native may perform the installation and thus such checking is performed there. And that the users who change after installation are not very native. Thus these are reasons for the difference in the strategy.