The user starts the computer and performs a logon using a local computer account. 5. Thursday, April 16, 2009 3:55 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote This one didn't work. Please try again later. This DNS name of domain is stored in registry key after Winlogon retrieves the Domain controller by using the DcGetDCName API call. check my blog
Article by: Carlos Every server (virtual or physical) needs a console: and the console can be provided through hardware directly connected, software for remote connections, local connections, through a KVM, etc. It said that it was initiating a PC performance & stability analysis report... 13hastings Resolved HJT Threads 16 06-26-2011 12:23 PM [SOLVED] VCExpress Problem, Probably AppData\Permissions Problem? I am using Windows Server 2008 R2 as a domain controller with AD installed on it. Please Thanks #14 Unregistered, Jul 24, 2008 Unregistered Guest I can join Vista to a domain ONLY as administrator of the domain.
TechSpot is a registered trademark. Just like Windows XP, after installation Vista is part of its own workgroup. If you need more help with that, feel free to email me. Enter the details and click OK, as the figure shows.
If you're prompted by the User Account Control module to continue, click Continue, as the figure shows. After the script is run, Windows Vista attempts to connect to the wired network and prompts the user for an account name and password. 7. You'll be able to ask questions about Vista or chat with the community and help others. New Clients are then entered into the DC to create the server profile to which the client can then log into."An attempt to resolve the DNS name of a DC in
The are connected, but usually not the same thing. This is a discussion on [SOLVED] Can't join a client to Active Directory domain! Method #1 - Using the GUI This method may be the easiest one to perform, and it requires a double reboot of the client computer. LouNaTech30 pts.
Finally… If you're using a Windows 2003 Active Directory Network (or 2008 for that matter) and you have Domain Admin level access (or can provide these instructions to a Domain Admin), click site to see ie. Send me notifications when members answer or reply to this question. All Rights Reserved.
I left the IP the same (192.168.2.16) and the DNS is still pointing to the Server. I guess I will only be able to join the XP's to th e domain. Proposed as answer by Andrew Gauger Thursday, July 01, 2010 12:03 AM Thursday, July 01, 2010 12:03 AM Reply | Quote Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion http://ibuildsystem.com/vista-cannot/vista-cannot-join-sbs.php Submit your e-mail address below.
If you're playing with joining to a WiFi Access Point...then there are whole series of things that you'll need to check - let me know if you need that list of Server General Re: Configure Server 2008 to join SBS 2003 Domainkj wrote: Ooops SB Merv not Dave. (^%&* -- /kj SBS Server Configure Server 2008 to join SBS 2003 DomainClient has Nothign as of Yet, any help will be appricated.
Try to connect to domain again. If this does not work I would still consider it to be a DNS problem and keep digging into the event logs to find the problem. I'm guessing that you're just talking about joining it to a home work group…but I need to know if you're using a server in your home network (or just Peer-to-peer networking). If you can't ping the dns server, make sure the network details are correct and there's no firewall blocking the traffic.
The complicator of this issue was the VPN that we were connecting to the network. In the Computer Name tab of the properties, click the Change button. An error occurred when DNS was queried for the service location (SRV) resource record used to locate an Active Directory Domain Controller (AD DC) for domain "win2008.com". More about the author You probably need to delete the records in Forward and Reverse (if you have one) lookup zone.
Dec 8, 2008 #1 k.jacko TS Rookie Posts: 493 so, all pc's are running DHCP? The second attempt to join the domain locked out the user account. As suggested above I went to server manager on the domain controller and added my workstation to the domain. If it's just a Peer-to-peer work group, then you're probably getting your IP address dynamically from your DSL (or Cable) router. Please wait a few minutes... .........................
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Privacy statement © 2016 Microsoft. Also be sure that you can ping the AD server as well. Basically, same procedure as above, but if you feel you don't remember the exact steps please read my Joining a Domain in Windows XP Pro and/or Joining a Domain in Windows Similar Threads Connecting Windows Vista build 5342 to Windows 2003 Server R2 dmee, May 4, 2006, in forum: General Technical Replies: 3 Views: 1,444 Jason May 5, 2006 Join a domain
BTW, it seems that using netdom.exe will save you one reboot… Next type: netdom.exe join winxp-cl1 /Domain:petrilabs.local /userd:petrilabs\administrator /passwordd:*************** Reboot the computer. By submitting you agree to receive email from TechTarget and its partners. Get Access Questions & Answers ? the username and the password; They are both correct.
If no then how to identify the DC. -- Acheliz ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Acheliz's Profile: http://forums.techarena.in/members/106794.htm View this thread: http://forums.techarena.in/windows-vista-network/658203.htm http://forums.techarena.in Guest, Jun 18, 2009 #3 Guest Guest Post in reply to: For example, the XML file can be stored on a USB flash drive with a script for the user to run to add the bootstrap wired profile. 4.