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even if i use login/password combinations that i can log in from a windows xp machine. The PC is inaccessible.> >> > It appears that a vendor had set a group policy to disallow local logins > > to> > domain members except to specific users (who It was archived to this forum to maintain a historical listing of issues and solutions from 1998 to August 2002. The thing that tipped me off was that Daylight Savings just kicked in.

Click here to login This forum is powered by Phorum. It was archived to this forum to maintain a historical listing of issues and solutions from 1998 to August 2002. I just installed JAVA Console to monitor backup jobs in a PC. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/190774-46-win2k-client-unable-login-locally-deleted-domain The following link lists the most popular options.

After that, I > could> not access the client PC. Any other ideas? Or find and alter the SID to allow it to join the domain again?Thanks!Aaron"Andrei Ungureanu" wrote:> use a password reset tool ... Attempting to log into the local machine > results > in an error to the effect of 'The local policy of this system does not > allow > you to logon

Even though W2K SP1 is on the PAR it has a problem something long the lines of an error message something like "Out of Memory". https://www.pcreview.co.uk/threads/win2k-client-unable-to-login-locally-deleted-from-domain.1461555/ The win2k can even readfiles on windows 7, but I don't even get the opportunity to log in to win2k from Win7, though the icon is displayed on the win7network window. i also changed the workgroup name to match what my old network name is and what my windows 2000 server is as well. Mar 2009, 01:38 Top Reply with quote by Sasquatch » 1.

The PC is inaccessible. > > It appears that a vendor had set a group policy to disallow local logins > to > domain members except to specific users (who never my review here do you have to set up anything different in windows 2000 server to allow windows 7 to log in? It was archived to this forum to maintain a historical listing of issues and solutions from 1998 to August 2002. Copied over the files, then deleted >> > the>> > computer object through the Users and Computers AD app.

Can't thank you enough. The users use applications through a Citrix server.I had a need to map a network drive and the quickest way to do it was to join the client PC to the You'll be able to ask any tech support questions, or chat with the community and help others. click site Different solution that worked.

After rebooting I could still not map the Win 2k shared drive on the Win 7 machine. Thanks again. Guest Guest Using Windows 2000 Server and Windows 2000 Professional client.

Jan 2009, 19:13 Top Reply with quote Log by ategen » 29.

Privacy Policy Support Terms of Use Welcome! » Log In » Create A New Profile Home > Two-way mirrors of external mailing lists > Symantec NetBackup > Topic Advanced Cannot login install guest additions site:forums.virtualbox.orgRetired from this Forum since OSSO introduction. SEE THE WINNERS Question has a verified solution. Deleting or changing the SID?>> >>> > No user is currently able to log in to the PC, so anything with a >> > registry>> > key, or somehow capturing it

Covered by US Patent. The local users are unable to > login interactively whether I know the password or not. Thanks in advance for your time on this one. · actions · 2009-Nov-4 10:00 pm · davePremium Memberjoin:2000-05-04not in ohio

dave Premium Member 2009-Nov-4 11:12 pm "Send LM and NTLM" is navigate to this website The local users are unable to login interactively whether I know the password or not.

More Details Back to top Listserv ArchivesArchive OwnerJoined: 25 Jun 2002Posts: 24831 Posted: Thu Aug 30, 2001 7:19 pmPost subject: Unable to login WebI Admin tool on Win2K Advanced Server Thanks The problem is with the update that installs a Windows Live Log-In facility. By default, Windows Vista is configured to use NTLM 2. This is by design and not an error.May I ask why you want a normal user to log in locally to a domain controller?

Wednesday, December 30, 2009 4:38 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Many Thanks to you timesters! All rights reserved. When your connecting to the 2k box, that should either be the name of that pc or the name of the domain (if the 2k server is configured as a domain I'm still not sure if it will work.. -- Andrei Ungureanu www.eventid.net Free Windows event logs reports http://www.altairtech.ca/evlog/ "smosh" <> wrote in message news:... > Thanks Andrei - I had tried

The PC is inaccessible. > > > > It appears that a vendor had set a group policy to disallow local logins > > to > > domain members except to Too bad there isn't a FAQ for Win 7 here yet. · actions · 2009-Nov-3 7:30 am · OZOPremium Memberjoin:2003-01-17

OZO to tim_k Premium Member 2009-Nov-3 4:30 pm to tim_kRe: SOLVED!Thank not sure which step did it. Pat Coghlan, Mar 23, 2005, in forum: Microsoft Windows 2000 Active Directory Replies: 4 Views: 220 Pat Coghlan Mar 24, 2005 upgrade to xp pro from win2k pro on win2k domain

They also applied to Windows 7. The local users are unable to> login interactively whether I know the password or not. Also, try and check the event viewer logs like i said before, something in there might give a better clue as to why you cant connect. · actions · 2009-Sep-25 2:16 After that, I>> > could>> > not access the client PC.

When login attempt is made results in an error message : " org.omg.CORBA.NO_IMPLEMENT[completed=MAYBE, reason= Could not locate the following object: repository id : IDL:wi.bo/wiadmin/siteManager:1.0 object name : WIClusterManager " The details No difference. · actions · 2009-Sep-25 1:00 pm · Pete Starretjoin:2004-12-29Snohomish, WA Pete Starret Member 2009-Sep-25 1:09 pm Tim,I could be wrong, but I recall that there is an incompatability between kev, Aug 29, 2007, in forum: Microsoft Windows 2000 Active Directory Replies: 1 Views: 300 Florian Frommherz [MVP] Aug 29, 2007 Loading... When your connecting to the 2k box, that should either be the name of that pc or the name of the domain (if the 2k server is configured as a domain

For your info, master server 1)WIN2K Server 2)VERITAS Netbackup Server 5.0 PC 1)WIN2K Thanks Khairy __________________________________ Do you Yahoo!?