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XP joining 2000 Server domain - problem

Q: XP joining 2000 Server domain - problem

Hello!
I have a little problem. I am running XP on a workstation and i need to join a domain on win2000 server. When i try it as usual (and as it is working on EVERY other my computer running also XP), i get immediately an error, that it canť reach the domain controller. I don't know why, because i get IP/DNS from the server as normal.
I suspect the comodo firewall blocking ut, but no message pops up, and no logs are saved.

Can anyone help? Its really only on this workstation, and there is

XP sp2, comodo, Spybot, SG, Avast

on every other computer (even with vista) it works, so i suppose the server is working fine.

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A: XP joining 2000 Server domain - problem

i turned off the FW and avast, and it's still not workig. I have to say that i did some anti-malware procedures on this computer and maybe some thing is missing to join the domain, i don't know :/

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Windows
2012 

IP settings           172.17.2.36

Subnet mask       255.255.0.0

Gatevay                 172.17.2.1

DNS                       8.8.8.8

                           
     

Windows 7

Obtain
IP address automatically  

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DNS
                       8.8.8.8

 
                                

The
error code reads 

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The
following error occored wen DNS was queried for the servise location (SRV)

resource
record used to locate an Active Directory Domane Controller (AD DC) for Domain

"dalek.local
".

 

the
error was: "This operation returned because the timeout period expired."

(error
code 0x000005b4 ERROR_TIMEOUT)

 

The
query was for SRV record_ldap._tcp.dc._msdcs.dalek.local.

the
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windows 7 not joining 2003standard domain server. windows xp is not giving any problems..tried changing DNS settings and done windows update, but problem not resolved.

A:windows 7 not joining 2003 domain server

Does it give an error, and your sure its 7 PRO? So you have set the DNS for the affected machine to the server correct (wasn't sure if you did it to client or server)?

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Hello, I'm having trouble with trying to join my client computer to the server domain. My client is Windows 7 Professional and the server domain OS is Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard. I tried the usual method of going to System-Change Settings-Change-and entering the domain name to join. However, I get the message saying:

An active directory domain controller (ad dc) for the domain sean.local could not be contacted. Ensure that the domain name is typed correctly.

I know for a fact that the domain name (sean.local) is correct. On my DC, I have Active Directory, DHCP and DNS installed. Its weird because I could ping the server IP just fine and get a response, but when I ping the domain name (sean.local) I do not get a response. I get a message saying "Ping request could not find host sean.local. Please check the name and try again."

I think the issue I'm having with not being able to join the domain has something to deal with the DNS server. I will post the network configurations for both the client and the server domain and hopefully we could get this client to finally join the domain once and for all. Thank you everyone for your help, I appreciate it.


*Both of these machines had their IP settings manually configured, not obtained automatically.*

Client:

local:
IP address: 10.0.0.7
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Default gateway: 10.0.0.1
Preferred DNS server: 10.0.0.1

server:
IP address: 10.0.0.5
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
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hi
i install windows 7 ultimate on my system.now i want to join to a domain but in "Computer name" tab , NetworkID is deactivate.what can i do about it ?

A:problem in joining to a domain

  
Quote: Originally Posted by pooya1072


hi
i install windows 7 ultimate on my system.now i want to join to a domain but in "Computer name" tab , NetworkID is deactivate.what can i do about it ?


Pooya1072, Welcome to the windows 7 forum.

Are you saying that the "Change Settings" is greyed out. and are you logged on as administrator?

Rich

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My Vista Ultimate machine has been working fine as part of an AD domain. However, suddenly it dropped out of the domain and into WORKGROUP mode. I can add it manually but after the first reboot it drops out again.

Thanks.

A:Problem joining AD domain

I was able to resolve the issue described in this post and wanted to document it for others.

PROBLEM:
Vista Ultimate machine suddenly falls out of the AD domain membership. Computer can be manually added to the domain but upon restart, it drops out again.

CAUSE:
Failed (incomplete) installation of the Altiris agent, AClient.exe. The network support group had released a silent push install to all computer clients via the Altiris Deployment Server.

SOLUTION:
Force remove Altiris agent by navigating in a command window to the installation folder, in this case c:\program files\altiris\aclient\ and issuing the command aclient /remove /silent. Client was subsequently reinstalled by network support group.

Hope this helps.
Thanks.

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This is my first post on this site, and I just want you guys to know that I tried my best before making this post, but I just can't seem to solve this problem.

We have a domain with all workstations running Windows XP. The server is Windows 2000 Server. A new computer running Windows XP x64 Edition is trying to connect to the domain but is getting the following error.

The following error occurred attempting to join the domain "domain_name";
The account is not authorized to log in from this station.

I tried the following settings in local security settings:

Digitally sign client communications (always) - disabled
Digitally sign server communications (always)- disabled
Digitally sign server communications (when possible) - disabled
LAN Manager Authentication Level set to Send LM and NTLM - use NTLMv2 session security if negotiated - (default) send LM & NTLM responses
Secure channel: Digitally encrypt or sign secure channel data (always) - disabled
Secure channel: Require strong (Windows 2000 or later) session key - disable

Unfortunately this did not solve the problem. Thanks a lot to anyone that even attemps to help me think of the solution to this problem.
 

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hi,

I have a problem with my machine hanging at "Please wait" for 15 minutes after I join a domain. I am able to log into the domain when the prompt finally arrives but am unable to ping my laptop, if i boot in safe mode with networking, I have none of these problems. In the event view I can see the following errors but am completly lost?

The following boot-start or system-start driver(s) failed to load:
BHDrvx64
ccHP
eeCtrl
IDSVia64
spldr
SRTSPX
SYMTDI
The Computer Browser service depends on the Server service which failed to start because of the following error:
The dependency service or group failed to start.

DCOM got error "1084" attempting to start the service WSearch with arguments "" in order to run the server:
{9E175B6D-F52A-11D8-B9A5-505054503030}

DCOM got error "1068" attempting to start the service fdPHost with arguments "" in order to run the server:
{145B4335-FE2A-4927-A040-7C35AD3180EF}

DCOM got error "1084" attempting to start the service EventSystem with arguments "" in order to run the server:
{1BE1F766-5536-11D1-B726-00C04FB926AF}

The COM+ Event System detected a bad return code during its internal processing. HRESULT was 8007043c from line 45 of d:\longhorn\com\complus\src\events\tier1\eventsystemobj.cpp. Please contact Microsoft Product Support Services to report this error.

DCOM got error "1084" attempting to start the service ShellHWDetection with arguments "... Read more

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Cust. has an existing Win 2000 advanced Svr. There are about 25 PCs w/ 2000 & XP. Currently they do not log on to the Svr, but boss would now like them to. Tried, and they could not get onto existing domain. I kept getting a DNS lookup error? To add I could ping the Svr and see the shared drive on the network but it had a red x on it?
 

A:2000 pro PC cannot logon to 2000 advanced server domain.

Does the server has a static IP address? try setting the server's IP address as the clints DNS server (you just input the IP address of the server in the clients DNS server address in the network properties).
 

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We have been getting sporadic reports from our users of the error, "The trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed."  The workaround has been to dejoin and rejoin the domain, but it keeps happening and we need a permanent
fix.  We are primarily a laptop shop.
It has been suggested we disable the automatic machine accouint password change on our domain members in GPO.  While this may be a viable option with relatively low security risks, I'd really like to figure out why it's happening and try to
fix it. 
The machines can lose the trust relationship at random.  It can happen overnight, or after going into hibernation.  I've had it happen to me a few times.  The DCs (we have 2) both show error 5722, but one is spitting out a specific Kerberos
error that the other one is not:

While processing an AS request for target service krbtgt, the account kriegesh did not have a suitable key for generating a Kerberos ticket (the missing key has an ID of 2).
The requested etypes : 18. The accounts available etypes : 23  -133  -128  3  1. Changing or resetting the password of kriegesh will generate a proper key.
My main issue is trying to determine why this continues happening and if we can resolve it without disabling the account password.  If that IS our best option, then so be it.  Any
thoughts are welcome.
Thank you very much in advance!  ~Sarah

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I have finally installed Windows 2000 server and now have it as a domain controller.....I have 3 desktops connected to the domain, however there seems to be some confusion between the user rights I had set up localy and the domain user rights, how can I set it up to where only I will be the admin of the domain? and do I need to get rid of the policies I had setup before I had a domain?...also I have all 4 desktops setup with a static IP of 192.168.x.x behind a LINKY router, all of them including the domain controler have the DNS IP of my cable company should I change those settings? should I setup the clients DNS using the domain controler's IP?.....Thanks in advance.
 

A:2000 server / domain controler

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I have finally installed Windows 2000 server and now have it as a domain controller.....I have 3 desktops connected to the domain, however there seems to be some confusion between the user rights I had set up localy and the domain user rights, how can I set it up to where only I will be the admin of the domain? and do I need to get rid of the policies I had setup before I had a domain?...also I have all 4 desktops setup with a static IP of 192.168.x.x behind a LINKY router, all of them including the domain controler have the DNS IP of my cable company should I change those settings? should I setup the clients DNS using the domain controler's IP?.....Thanks in advance.
 

A:2000 server / domain controller

By default there is an admin group set up for the domain. Add whatever domain users you want to have admin rights. The local one should hardly ever need to be used. If you were using policies previously just disable them on the workstation. If you are using static IP's on the workstations and no DHCP you need to have the DNS server specified to get internet access by domain name....leave em.
 

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I have a Windows 2000 server not a domain controller in an NT4 domain. Problem is that I can see the machine account in server manager on the PDC but it is greyed out and it does not appear in the Network Neighbourhood either. I have all the correct WINS and DNS entries and I can ping the 2000 server machine name from the PDC and ping the PDC machine name from the 2000 server.

I have removed the macine account from the NT Domain and readded it but still greyed out. Anyone any ideas.

Cheers
 

A:Windows 2000 server in NT Domain

Have you tried to connect to shared drives on the 2k machine? If you can, then you have no problem except that NT does not acurately dipict the server in server manager. This may be due to the new dynamic DNS type messages that 2k uses that NT doesn't understand. The only problem I have had with this type of setup is when the 2k server is the print server. Some print drivers don't want to print from NT4 machines to a 2k print server.
 

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Ok here is my situation, I have been assigned the task of writing up a proposal of how to upgrade our Windows NT domain into a Windows 2000 Server domain, we are NOT talking about Active Directory yet, that will come later, we are a large food distributor located in the Northeast with 5 other small centers located in the northeast as well, I work in our Corporate center with around 400 - 600 employees, we are currently running a Windows NT environment ( PDC / BDC ) and of course WINS as well, I could sure use some help on this and any help would be much appreciated, I await your questions and suggestions.
 

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HI I AM JUST A BIGNER SO PLZ EXCUSE MY IGNORENCE
COULD U PLZ TELL ME HOW TO CONNECT IBM SYSTEM X 2000 BASED SERVER AND XP NODES THROUGH 2000 DOMAIN SO WHEN I GIVE PASSWORD IN THE NODES AND ENTER IT GETS CONNECTED TO THE SERVERS DOMAIN
 

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Howdy folks...

I've got a client with a 2000 domain, and XP workstations...

With Quick books pro, I have to add the Domain user(s) account to the local Administrators group account in order for the software to run...

It is my understanding that if the Users are in the Domain Administrators Global group account ( which is also in the Local Administrators group account ) , then I shouldn't have to add the Users to the Local group account as well...

My question is, does anybody have any idea why the Users have to be added to the local Administrators group account as well ?
 

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What are the correct steps to add a 2003 member server to a 2000 domain?
Do I really need to use the adprep utility. I don't want it to be the DC or (AD).
 

A:Add a 2003 server with 2000 domain

If you want yo can set it up as a standalone server.
 

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Hi,

I want to configure a domain in windows 2000 server could anyone please send me the steps to do that. It will be very helpful to me.

Awaiting for the reply.

Thanks for your valuable time.
 

A:Domain Configuration in windows 2000 server

You would be better served buying a book or two on the subject, it is a far too complicated process that cannot be explained in a forum.

You probably can find used books on Amazon for cheap.

http://www.amazon.com/Mastering-Win...B00005U4UY/ref=pd_sim_b_1/102-2850957-5263328
 

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Having a headache setting up server 2000. I have bought a big 1500 page book to help me, which is great, but I still can't get past this part.

I can network up many PC's to the server, with little problems. But other than giving someone a admin rights I cannot get anyone to log on to the server. I've tried making the server a domain server but when I try to get a user to log on all they get is "the local policy does not permit you to log on interactively"

Try as I might I cannot get by this. Can someone please tell me how to get this sorted in the most basic of english!

Thanks
 

A:Server 2000 Domain/local issues

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=KB;en-us;q276590

does this help?
 

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I have 2 domain controllers, a primary and a secondary. The primary machine is breaking down and I am going to retire it.

I need to install DNS and DHCP on the secondary server, and promote it to the primary. In what order do you recommend?

Do I demote the first, promote the second and them move DNS and DHCP?

Thanks for any advice
Gary
 

A:WIndows 2000 Server Domain Demotion

Adprep /forestprep and then dcpromo. Here is an MS paper on the procedure:
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=331161
 

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I want to add a 2003 (terminal server) to a 2000 Domain. Has anyone ever had any issues doing this? Any other advice?
 

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I am currently running an NT 4.0 Domain and would like to know how I would go about adding an application server running WIN 2000.
 

A:Adding 2000 Member Server to Nt 4.0 Domain

If you want it to be part of the domain you need to install AD. If it is just going to be a file server just make it a standalone. What sort of application are you tring to run on the new server?
 

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I have a 2003 server and want to join a 2000 domain as a member. It seems as though the networking protocols are messed up.\

I get this same error message except for my domain name.
http://www.anetforums.com/posts.aspx?ThreadIndex=31517
I tried to flush the DNS and still nothing. I even took this server to my network that I know works and it was the same thing. So I know there is something a mess with the 2003 server. Netlogon is not started and I can't get it started could that be it? What other DNS commands can I try?
I can use the internet, Ping the gateway, and dns. Nslookup is pointing to the right server/domain.
 

A:2003 server to join 2000 Domain

It's not the protocols it is Active Directory that is the issue. What is the current DNS name of the server? Most orgs name them something like domainname.local and you need to have it exactly like it is in DNS.
 

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I am moving a NT 4.0 Terminal server to a Windows 2000 domain from the current NT 4.0 domain. What is the best way to do this for a server? Is it the same procedure as for a workstation? This server is also a Citrix server.
 

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hey there, the office that i work at doing odds and ends for everything and anything doesn't have there networking setup in a domain enviroment, its in a peer to peer workgroup i think you call it. Basically my question is this...what does a server need in order to become a domain controller...is there seperate hardware or software or is it built into windows 2000 server. Right now the Dell 1400 SC server has 1Gb of ram and (2) Pentium III 1125 MHz processors. What would we have to do in order to get the server setup as a domain controller????? We plan on doing a clean install of everything if we can use this server as a domain controller... Also, i think one of this initial problems that they never had a domain controller setup is because most of the computers are running 98SE (about 28) some XP (about 6) and some 2000 pro (about 6) Im not sure if the 98's were a issue with a domain enviroment? Any and all info is greatly appreciated!!!!!!! Thanks for reading!
 

A:setup A domain controller on windows 2000 server???

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Hi team,i want to ask that i want to buy Lenovo yoga 900 series for my organization, so i need to know that is domain joining and File/printing sharing services can be done on YOGA series or not?? plus i need to know whether CITRIX applications will work properly ?? 













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A:Domain joining can be done

The Yoga 900 ships with Windows 10 Home edition,  you would need to make sure that will suit your purposes, particularly in respect of connecting to a domain based network.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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I have just installed a new 2000 professional workstation and I am tring to join a domain on a nt 4.0 server but I am not having any luck. Is there something I need to do on the server or the workstation. I am howerver able to use the internet so I know the network card is working
 

A:joining a nt4.0 domain

In the settings for Client for MS Networks you need to put the DOMAIN name in the appropriate box. If it still doesn't work, go to the server and add the workstation in server manager.
 

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Just so I have this straight:

If someone wants to join a domain, they log in as usual and go through

control panel > system > computer name > change,

they then enter the name of the domain they wish to join, get the administrator to enter his/her log on and password in the pop-up box, and hit enter. After a restart, they will be members of the domain, and still have their documents and settings and desktop all the same, correct? Just making sure.

Yes I've googled and that is pretty much what I have come up with, I'm just looking for confirmation that this is correct.
 

A:Joining a Domain

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Dear Comrades,
I purchased new laptop, HP Pavilion dv2000, Installed Windows XP version 5.1 (Build 2600 xpsp.051011-1528: Service Pack 2)

My problem is when I want to join the laptop to the Domain in my office LAN, on opening "My Computer - properties - Computer Name - Change" there is only the option to join WORK GROUP and there is no DOMAIN!

Can any one advise please?

Mathias Msemo
Arusha Tanzania

A:Joining the Domain

Is this XP Home Edition?

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I can't get my windows 7 pc into the domain. please help.

The following error occurs.

An attempt to resolve DNS name of a domain controller in the domain being joind is failed. Please verify this client is configured to reach a DNs server that can resolve DNS name in the target domain.

The domain controller is Win server 2003.
Other Pc having XP get quickly in domain




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A:Joining domain

First of all check your DNS Settings: ipconfig /all
Does the DNS Address point to the Server 2003 DC?
Also set your DNS Suffix to your domain name.
Can you ping the domain controller by DNS name?
Can you ping the domain controller by IP?

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Hi,
I recently Purchased Sony VAIO with pre loaded windows 8.
I am a student and I want to join the college Domain to work with Matlab etc.
But Windows 8 I have there is no feature to add to Domain.
My dealer told me I have to upgrade my OS to Windows 8 Pro

Is there a way out or I have to spend Extra bucks already tight on budget

Please guide me . It is urgent

Thanks

Sridhar

A:joining Domain

I don't see a reply. Even though this is an old post, I'll try to close it out with a response.
Yes, you must have the Pro version, and yes it will cost you close to $100, maybe less for students.

Your might as well upgrade to 8.1 if your haven't. It is free.

BUT... be careful. Your upgrade registration must match the version you are running.
If you buy a 8.0 upgrade to Pro, apply that before you make the free upgrade to 8.1.

If you are already at 8.1, be sure to buy the 8.1 upgrade to Pro.

I hope that is clear.

Good luck.

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hi, on my laptop i have my microsoft account and everything set up and i have just started online schooling but when i go to the campus every few weeks i cant use their internet because i dont have a computer on their domain thing and i want to be able to join their domain but dont want it to affect my current setup

so if i connect to their domain will it modify my current account or give them access to my current accounts files???

A:Joining a domain

Originally Posted by Hawkyrou


hi, on my laptop i have my microsoft account and everything set up and i have just started online schooling but when i go to the campus every few weeks i cant use their internet because i dont have a computer on their domain thing and i want to be able to join their domain but dont want it to affect my current setup

so if i connect to their domain will it modify my current account or give them access to my current accounts files???



Why not ask the Admin of the Domain what the requirements are.

They would need to add you to the Active Directory of the Domain before you can connect.

If you are worried about them accessing your files then turn off Network Discovery and File and Printer Sharing etc. in the Advanced Sharing settings.

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I've installed W7 Enterprise Full and am trying to join an old NT4 domain. Keep getting the error:

"Your computer couldn't not be joined to the domain because the following error has occurred: the specified domain either does not exist or could not be contacted"

Now a quick Google reveals several threads about this, some which are resolved, some which aren't.

Found this: Just to mention that the issue has been solved... secpol.msc ---> Microsoft network client: Send unencrypted password to connect to third-party SMB servers set to enabled and voila

But it hasn't worked for me. Is there a definitive answer? Worked fine for Vista...

Thanks in advance,
Ed Ludlow

A:Joining an NT domain

It may not be possible, or if it is possible you'd have to deactivate so much security on the win 7 box that it may as well be Win3.11.

Are any of the DCs on the same segment? Pre-AD BDCs advertise their presence by registering themselves in the 0x1C group in WINS, in addition to the unique 0x1B registration for the PDC. If your win7 box is not within broadcast range, you'd need either WINS (*shudder*) or an LMHOSTS file.

A packet trace is the best way to troubleshoot network interop issues (www.wireshark.com). If you generate a trace of the failed domain join attempt, zip it up, and upload it here, someone may be able to spot the problem.

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I have some Window 7 Pro's that after joining the domain, will not take Microsoft updates. It's like that don't have the rights to do it. I can't figure out why. Any ideas? Thanks.

A:7 will not update after joining domain

Are you using a proxy server?

Just for grins, post an MGADiag from one of the failing machines.


Please follow this tutorial and post an MGADiag report - then we can see what the problem is.

http://www.sevenforums.com/windows-updates-activation/234159-windows-genuine-activation-issue-posting-instructions.html
Please also state the Version and Edition of Windows quoted on your COA sticker (if you have one) on the case of your machine (or inside the battery compartment), but do NOT quote the Key on the sticker!
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/howtotell/Hardware.aspx

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Hi,
I bought a new pc which is having windows xp media center 2005 edition. I just want to add my machine to the domain but media center is not allowing me to add my pc to any domain. Will i be able to join my system into domain or not?. If the answer to the question is yes please mention the steps to follow to join my pc into domain. It will be very helpful for me. I need to use it for office purpose.
Thanks
Nadh
 

A:joining mce 2005 into domain

MCE 2005 is XP Professional edition with the ability to join a domain disabled . . there is a hack to get around that disabling . . . http://extended64.com/blogs/rafael/articles/404.aspx
 

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A month ago none of my images automatically joined the domain when deploying via WDS. Nothing has changed server side, or through the autounattend.xml itself. This is really puzzling. After hours of troubleshooting and trial and error, we're at a loss...
Below is the .xml:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<unattend xmlns="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:unattend">
    <servicing>
        <package action="configure">
            <assemblyIdentity name="Microsoft-Windows-Foundation-Package" version="6.1.7601.17514" processorArchitecture="amd64" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" language=""
/>
            <selection name="TabletPCOC" state="false" />
            <selection name="MediaCenter" state="false" />
        </package>
    </servicing>
    <settings pass="windowsPE">
        <component name="Microsoft-Windows-International-Core-WinPE" processorArchitecture="amd64" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" language="neutral" versionScope="nonSxS" xmlns:wcm="http://schemas.microsoft.com/WMIConfig/2002/State"
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Since yesterday, I have a user that has been denied access to my domain in the middle of the day. Nothing has changed on her profile, or on her access rights. I have set her password, remove and rename her pc from the domain, and now I get this " the user has not been granted the requested logon type at this computer"

Any advice will be appreciated.

A:error when joining a domain.

Normally a user in a Domain enviornment does not have the rights to join a Domain, it has to be an administrator account.

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Pls have patience while you read this. It's probably simple but I just can't lay my finger on the issue. My problem is as related in the two previous postings on the net...but solution is not be found: (Links to those postings appear at the end of this message)

My network is like this:

Netware servers for file-print and DNS/DHCP.

Windows 2k server as Workstation Group Policy and central mandatory profile pusher.

Windows 2K server has two network cards. NIC1 serving Room 1 (On private subnet 192.*.*.*) and NIC2 for Room 2 (Private subnet 10.*.*.*)

The difference in two rooms is, one is server by win2K solely with no connection to netware and Room two is hybrid.

Room 1: Windows XP Pro Clients. Everything works as desired. Via NIC1, I am also pushing DHCP/DNS residing on this Win2K Server.

Room 2: Windows 2000 Pro with Novell Netware Client installed (pls don't jump to think that it's Netware related issue). This is on the same subnet as NIC2 but being served by different DNS/DHCP Servers (Netware), I am able to join the windows domain 'ABC' without any problems and push GPO to the workstations. No resource record for Win2K Server exists. I can ping the NetBIOS server name though. Cannot ping by the Domain name.

My problem:

When I bring in new workstations which have Windows XP Pro SP2, 'Firewall turned off', I change to Domain from workstation, enter the domain name, the workstation pops up window to enter administrator account f... Read more

A:Domain joining trivia

This is on the same subnet as NIC2 but being served by different DNS/DHCP Servers (Netware),
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That is probably going to be your problem. AD and alot of domain functionality REQUIRE you use DNS resolution and I am assuming by the below information that your Netware DNS servers aren't replicating with your Windows 2000 server

I am able to join the windows domain 'ABC' without any problems and push GPO to the workstations. No resource record for Win2K Server exists. I can ping the NetBIOS server name though. Cannot ping by the Domain name.Click to expand...

Here is a little test. From the Windows 2000 machine ping the server via machine name. see if you get the FQDN or just the Machine name.

If your not sure about this what you want to do is ping server and look for server.domain and not just server.

E.G.

C:\Program Files\Support Tools>ping Server
Pinging Server.domain [192.168.1.X] with 32 bytes of data: <--- this part?

Reply from 192.168.1.X: bytes=32 time<1ms TTL=128
Reply from 192.168.1.X: bytes=32 time<1ms TTL=128
Reply from 192.168.1.X: bytes=32 time<1ms TTL=128
Reply from 192.168.1.X: bytes=32 time<1ms TTL=128

Ping statistics for 192.168.1.X:
Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 4, Lost = 0 (0% loss),
Approximate round trip times in milli-seconds:
Minimum = 0ms, Maximum = 0ms, Average = 0ms

Or does it look like this?

C:\Program Files\Support Tools>ping Server
Pinging Server [192.168.1.X] with 32 bytes of data: <... Read more

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I want to join my office domain from my home PC so I can access those network drives and be part of the office network. Is that possible even from home? And if so, which path do I follow to connect? Thanks

A:Joining Work Domain

In theory it is possible. Whether or not it is possible in your specific situation depends on the configuration of your office network. You need to consult the office IT staff. Only a domain administrator can join your computer to the domain.

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Hello all,

I've set up a Windows server within my home network and everything is functioning great except the little annoyance described below. The roles it currently has is Active Directory Domain Services, DHCP, DNS, and File Services.

It seems that after joining the one machine to the domain (the other is Win10 Home and unable), certain restrictions have been applied to the workstation. Simple stuff like changing of the time, lock screen, etc. that are now greyed out. What is displayed in red with these permission issues is "some settings are managed by your organization". Also, the joined Win 10 never had a lock screen set until this join.

I have looked through the security policy and group policy settings in Server 2008 R2 Enterprise and have yet to come by any related settings. Is this issue from the server or some type of default when another user is added and/or joining a domain? Settings are greyed with either user on the joined machine.

Btw, joined machine is Win 10 Education and the other Home. The Home machine is still networked with the server, on servers DHCP, etc. but unable to join the domain and therefor is not effected by this.

Thanks

A:Win 10 and permissions once joining domain

Hi, this message is somewhat misleading, and may arise from several possible causes. It is very common. For example, simply changing Privacy settings may mean you see it.

Have a look through the attached which I've gathered from various sources and threads and my own experience. It may help you.. on the other hand, as we're all on a learning curve, you may have encountered a different cause.
Some settings are managed by your organization.doc

Sometimes, related to this, you may find that some Settings e.g. Privacy, Feedback & Diagnostics, or Location (see e.g. the Location tile in the Action Centre) may not not available (tile greyed out).

And sometimes Cortana is disabled and displays a similar message.

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Hello all,

I recently upgraded my Vista OS to Ultimate, when I logged on to the domain I had numerous difficulties. my profile would not load. Solved that by deleting registry keys and users and then re-added myself. I am a Domain Admin, and Enterprise Admin. When I log on using my laptop. RDP is gone. I had a heck of a time making Vista understand that it was in a domain and not a private network, I am still working on those difficulties. I use the laptop to modify Group Policy on the PDC. Does any one have a similar experiece with the dissaperance of RDP?
Thanks

Ray

A:Problems Joining Domain

Vista removed mstc from the usual place that can be found. It would not even let me search for it. I had to dig around in system32 till i found it sitting there, just waiting for me. Vista is trying my patience.

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I have a java application hosted on a local server that runs great....until I join the client to the domain. I would like to determine exactly what changes are made when I join a computer to the domain that might be causing this issue.
 
Unjoining from the domain does not make the machine fast again.
Excluding the computer from group policy prior to rebooting after joining the domain does not stop the issue from occurring.
The machine is fast until after it reboots from joining the domain.
GPResult doesn't show any applied user or computer policies.
 
Any help is greatly appreciated.

A:Slowdown after joining domain

How many different versions of Java do you have running - throughout the network.
Keep us posted

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as my subjects states I am looking to see if it is possible to Authenticate to a domain without joining.

I am looking to be able to use my surface pro 4 device at some of our clients without having to join my device to any domain. even at my shop. where I could use one of our old server blades as a lab for testing things.

I know my co worker was looking into something like this as well, I would like to keep all the group policy's and all that jazz off my own personal device but still be able to use active directory.

If that makes any sense.

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I would like to authenticate to a domain server without actually joining the domain. The reason is that I would like to use the central password database, but I still want to run my own machine and not be limited by all kinds of policies.

Is this possible? If so, any idea how?

Thanks in advance for any help!

A:Authentication to domain without joining

  
Quote: Originally Posted by kavermeer


I would like to authenticate to a domain server without actually joining the domain. The reason is that I would like to use the central password database, but I still want to run my own machine and not be limited by all kinds of policies.

Is this possible? If so, any idea how?

Thanks in advance for any help!


Welcome to the Windows 7 forums.

If your trying to map a drive to a share on the server, most will let you do that by using the map option. and selecting use other userid putting your userid and password in the correct place.. If you have a userid on the server, there should be no problem.

If what you want to do is to use the Active Directory on the server, your kind of out of luck unless your an administrator on the server.

Which is it?

Rich

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I have a pc with xp pro o.s. I am trying to make the user join domain, when i click change button from my computer properties, i see there is no member of domain option, there is only member of workgroup option.

Please someone let me know what is missing?

thanks
 

A:Joining A Domain - Winxp Pro

try typing sfc /scannow in your run box , you may be missing some files
 

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i have a SBS running on SBS 2003. I am trying to make a PC with Windows 7 and another one with a vista to join this domain by right clicking on computer-properties-change settings-change on the computer tab-domain name-ok. however, the computer refuses to join the domain saying that the domain name server is not found, please check the domain name and type it correctly. This is despite the fact that I have been able to hook on other PCs with windows XP to the same domain with the same procedure. The IP scheme is also right. probably Im skipping some steps or settings. please help.

A:joining a SBS 2003 domain

I had that issue than I discovered it is best to have al machines use the ad servers as the dns primary dns server and your original primary as a secondary dns server.

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