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Tobias O'Connor

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We are having an issue where computers will drop from the network and display an error saying that the 'domain is not available'. To fix this we have gone into the computer (WIN XP PRO) as Administrator, right click on my computer, manage, computer name and then change from domain to a workgroup - reset the computer, then do the same again but this time re-join the domain.

This is very time consuming and is happening at random. In a school environment this is becoming most frustrating.

Looking at the server logs in event viewer the following message is displayed



Event Type: Error
Event Source: NETLOGON
Event Category: None
Event ID: 5722
Date: 26/05/2006
Time: 2:16:19 PM
User: N/A
Computer: ACER
Description:
The session setup from the computer UNIT_2B failed to authenticate. The name(s) of the account(s) referenced in the security database is UNIT_2B$. The following error occurred:
Access is denied.

For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft....link/events.asp.
Data:
0000: 22 00 00 c0 "..À

:whistling:

We are using windows XP clients and a windows 2003 server SP1

anyone got any ideas of how to resolve this issue?

Would be most pleased.

Cheers

Tobias from Mt Gambier, South Australia. :blink:

Edited by Tobias O'Connor, 25 May 2006 - 11:59 PM.

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Hi Tobias,

Does this error occur on the same machines, repeatedly? Or does it only occur on one machine, randomly, and then once it's rejoined to the domain, the problem ceases to resurface?

This error can occur if any information between the client and the server is out of sync; it could simply be that the date and/or time is out of sync, which would result in a loss of connection. Another possible cause would be if you're using XP SP2, and running the Windows firewall; this piece of software could be interfering with the connection. If you are running XP SP2, try temporarily disabling the firewall and see if the problem persists.

Another possible cause is account replication, in which case you should view the MS Article: Effects of machine account replication on a domain.

- Dan
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When the machine drops off the network the same message appears repeatedly until you rejoin it to the network. However after some time, at random, they drop off again. All the XP clients have their firewall turned off already.

I really appreciate your help Dan.

Cheers
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Anyone got any other ideas?

Cheers
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