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Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? However, such will take much longer than a wired connection. Make sure that the computer that is having the problem is set properly - for the exact terminology the server has - domain - and/or workgroup. (whatever is applicable) Everything must I have joined >the domain and can logon both locally and onto the network.>as long as it's as an Administrator.>>The problem I'm having is that I can not add a user Source

Back to top Back to Windows Server 1 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 1 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to quoted postsClear BleepingComputer.com → Microsoft Windows Support → Disable Global Catalog on DC2.   11. Checked Workgroup settings on each machine. 5. Now the problem is I cannot replicate from the 2008 machine to the 2000 DC (comes up with dns lookup and kcc errors) in the same subnet but the 2000 machine

There ia always an error that there is no logon server available though the system has loaded up. No luck as yet. What a waste of time. #2 Dan7, Oct 23, 2009 Last edited: Oct 23, 2009 Dan7 New MemberJoined:Oct 23, 2009Messages:10Likes Received:0 Got there in the end. the mac either way shouldnt have any issues connecting to the PC a simple Apple + k will bring up the connection screen and then just type in the corrisponding ip

How can that be proven one way or the other?>>>>>-----Original Message----->>>Jim>>>>>>I assume you have promoted this Win2k server to a domain >>>controller.>>>>>>On the server, logon with administrative rights>>>Point Start-Programs-Admin Tools-Domain Controller So if your domain is called mydomain.local then the workgroup name for the Win7 machine should be mydomain If the 2000 server is also an AD domain controller, and hosting DNS For example:   Drive:\CMPNENTS\R2\ADPREP\adprep.exe /forestprep   4. But I can't allow that.>>I have searched the local policy settings and haven't been >able to locate the correct setting.

It has been awhile since I posted. Kudos to the guy at Eureka. When logging on >to a domain controller the option to logon to the local >machine is not available.>>>I added users to the local >>security list. Mac-Forums.com Register New Posts Advertising Contact Us Archive Web Hosting Sitemap Top Hosting and Cloud Web Hosting Talk HostingCon WHIR Hosting Catalog Hottest Hosts Data Centers Data Center Knowledge Data Center

Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. Join us to comment and to customize your site experience! NTLMv2 Secure Authentication method #9 jmerritt, Oct 29, 2009 Dan7 New MemberJoined:Oct 23, 2009Messages:10Likes Received:0 Nice one mate. What ports are required to add the additional domain controller or any member system?And before transpiring FSMO rolls to new windows 2008 server, what we have to check and install in

Vista previa del libro » Comentarios de usuarios-Escribir una reseñaNo hemos encontrado ninguna reseña en los lugares habituales.Páginas seleccionadasPágina del títuloÍndiceÍndiceÍndiceWindows Firewall with Advanced Security 8 Understanding Local Group Policy 9 Please point me in >the >>right direction.>>>>Thank you,>>Jim>> >>.>>>.> Related Resources Windows 2000 Server no logon screen Logon to a Windows server 2000 Automated Admin Logon in Windows Server 2000 windows Enable Global Catalog on new server and manually Check Replication Topology and afterwards manually trigger replication (Replicate Now) to synchronize Active Directory database between 2 replicas.   Please note: It will It promised to take 142 hours and then only copied a random selection of files.

Ask ! this contact form But I can't allow that.>>>>>>>>I have searched the local policy settings and haven't >>>been >>>>able to locate the correct setting. Please help me on how to make the machine join the domain and get mail? Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community.

Microsoft Customer Support Microsoft Community Forums TechCenter   Sign in United States (English) Brasil (Português)Česká republika (Čeština)Deutschland (Deutsch)España (Español)France (Français)Indonesia (Bahasa)Italia (Italiano)România (Română)Türkiye (Türkçe)Россия (Русский)ישראל (עברית)المملكة العربية السعودية (العربية)ไทย (ไทย)대한민국 (한국어)中华人民共和国 (中文)台灣 Anyway In the case of a domain controller, try using DomainName\UserName in the username box and see if that works...otherwise In the case of a workgroup environment, try using the MachineName\Username Please point me in >>the >>>right direction.>>>>>>Thank you,>>>Jim>>> >>>.>>>>>.>>>.> JimApr 17, 2004, 5:02 AM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win2000.setup (More info?)Paul,Yes I can do these steps and I can choose whether to http://nexwarecorp.com/not-sure/not-sure-if-i-have-the-right-forum-but.html Good luck. #7 Dan7, Oct 26, 2009 amtsalx New MemberJoined:Oct 26, 2009Messages:4Likes Received:0 I changed the settings on the 2000 machine but the 7 machine is still asking for a username

Here is general steps of promting Windows server 2008 as addtion DC in windows server 2000 domain for your reference: ====   1. No, create an account now. Stay logged in Toggle WidthStylewindowsForum v1.0.3HomeContact UsHelpTerms and Rules TopThis website is not affiliated, owned, or endorsed by Microsoft Corporation.

I have disabled the firewall & windows 7 & have turned off the setting to ask for a password to enter the Win 2000 machine but am still being asked for

Hmmmm. Unable to logon to Server 2000 More resources See also solved Windows 7 School Laptop: "There are no logon servers available to service the logon request" solved Windows logon domain/server Windows and also after a while, the i cannot access network resources again. You may configure TCP/IP on all the clients, or adjust DHCP scope settings to make them use the new DNS server.   Hope this helps.

Verify that the old DNS Server Zone type is Active Directory-Integrated. Here you can add users or groups with >permission to log on to the DC.>>Hope this helps>Paul>>-----Original Message----->>I have setup a Windows 2000 Server that I intend to >>eventually load Terminal You can change this on Win 2000, but not on W7 Home Premium (which I have). Check This Out Note: the terminal server may need to be rebooted in order to pick up the new domain policy.RegardsPaul BashamMCP JimMay 6, 2004, 11:22 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win2000.setup (More info?)Paul,I hope

This is the state of the art.To wit, I'd take this issue to your IT staff and ask them to fix it or fire them. On the Win7 machine open the network and sharing center click the link to "Change advanced settings" and adjust them using common sense for what you want to get accomplished. If not, there will still be a workgroup. But, I am not sure about the impacts of adding a new 2008 member server on other domain members and AD infrastructure.Do we need to raise to domain/forest functional level?Is schema

Welcome to Mac-Forums! The 2000 server is not at its latest service packs. Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. The ridiculous thing is that from the Win 2000 machine I can log on to my Win 7 without an issue.

If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. When i am at work i cannot connect to our main server(Windows 2000 server) with the the printers on it. I will not enter into any debate that SP4 is good or not or XP SP2 is bad or good. Even if i put a password i still cannot login.

Upgrade the Windows Server 2000 forest schema to Windows Server 2008 schema with the "adprep /forestprep" command on old server.   Please run the "adprep.exe /forestprep" command from the Windows Server However, this fix didn't work on its own; meddling with the firewall on the W7 machine is what finally let me through. or read our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details.