Your cache administrator is webmaster. AD will not work otherwise. I'm going to take a look at the two other links and see if they help. The Q article doesn't contain the error message we are getting, but I have spoken to MS tech support, and this is the fix." x 6 Private comment: Subscribers only. check over here
I tried 'gpupdate /force' and the eventid in the title appeared in the event log. Ping reponses were in negative time (-1ms). I had to delete zone and recreate the reverse lookup zone manually. It also still seems to be unable to process group policy so folder redirection of the user's My Docs hasn't been applied.
Can't believe it took me this long, with a fix that easy. · actions · 2006-Feb-1 3:54 pm · TrainHead41join:2005-05-08West Chester, PA TrainHead41 Member 2006-Feb-2 8:08 am It happens to the x 8 Anonymous I had this problem on a Windows 2003 Terminal Server that was a domain member. x 4 Anonymous If you are using DHCP, make sure the DNS Server option (006) is set in your scope options.
I deleted all the GPOs (most were for testing purposes anyway) I had, did a gpupdate /force and the problem disappeared, group policy applies fine now on all the workstations. We opened the firewall to allow client authentication and the problem was solved. I've seen replication take up to half an hour depending on health of the domain and the quality of the copper between sites. Event Id 1053 Error Code 1722 Microsoft's popping up ads from the Windows 10 toolbar [Security] by siljaline479.
read more... Windows Cannot Determine The User Or Computer Name Not Enough Storage Review your DNS servers." If the error occurred when you attempt to join a Microsoft Windows 2000-based client to a Microsoft Windows NT 4.0-based or Windows 2000-based domain see ME256083. BulkRate Ars Scholae Palatinae Registered: Sep 9, 2003Posts: 740 Posted: Thu Oct 05, 2006 9:48 am This can be caused on client machines by not having option #15 (DNS Domain Name) From what I gather it is a DNS issue, so that is what I'm troubleshooting.The complete error is:Windows cannot determine the user or computer name. (Access is denied) Group Policy processing
Please ensure that you can contact the server that authenticated you" - I was receiving this error on a system in our environment. Event Id 1053 Group Policy An example of English, please! x 121 Markr In our case, this was related to the server in question having an AMD processor. Generated Fri, 11 Nov 2016 00:49:43 GMT by s_hp90 (squid/3.5.20) Home Error 1053 Windows Cannot determine the User or Computer Name by Melman on May 18, 2009 at 2:26 UTC |
What is the role of Userenv? The PC had internet connectivity but was not able to authenticate with the domain and therefore was not able to access network resources. Windows Cannot Determine The User Or Computer Name 1053 x 4 Rikard StŚhl After applying the recommended security settings from Microsoft this event started to occur on the member servers running Windows 2003. Windows Cannot Determine The User Or Computer Name Access Is Denied Join Now I had a user this morning try to log into her machine and noticed after a few reboots that she was not being logged into the network - So
well I've narrowed it down to a problem with just the workstations. check my blog x 131 Anonymous A simple reboot fixes the problem in my case, at least temporarily. Low Voltage home Cabling Rules? (Cat6/RG6) [CanadianBroadband] by bryanviper© DSLReports · Est.1999feedback · terms · Mobile mode
Group Policy processing aborted. " We had joined two domains a few months ago. When the Intel Pro Nic in my server came up, it did not wait for spanningtree to put the port in forwarding mode, causing errors related to the temporary disconnect. Register Login Posting Guidelines | Contact Moderators Ars Technica > Forums > Operating Systems & Software > Windows Technical Mojo Jump to: Select a forum ------------------ Hardware & Tweaking Audio/Visual http://ibuildsystem.com/windows-cannot/userenv-windows-cannot-determine-the-user-or-computer-name.php Then rejoin the domain.
The PC was not logging to the domain and I was not able to re-join the PC to the domain because the "Network ID" button under the "System Properties" computer name Windows Cannot Determine The User Or Computer Name The Rpc Server Is Unavailable x 8 Alex Rogachevsky This error was showing up on our Windows XP clients; users were not able to authenticate in the 2003 AD domain. In another post: "Apparently, the user of this machine configured his TCP/IP settings with static addresses and did not include the proper IP address of the domain controller for his DNS
You can use the links in the Support area to determine whether any additional information might be available elsewhere. Their session was still running. I have done gpupdate /force and still can not connect to the network ¬† Reply Subscribe RELATED TOPICS: Windows cannot determine the user or computer name. (The system detected a possi Event Id 1053 Dhcp Indeego, firewall was enabled when the computer was joined to the domain.
The DC event viewer did not show any relevant information. Additionally, a 404 Not Found error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request. The problem in our case was that the security settings were too hard. have a peek at these guys I restarted the netlogon service and this solved my problem.
I applied that fix prescribed in the article but it didn't seem to help, so I'm guessing that is not the issue either. · actions · 2006-Jan-30 6:04 pm · mjn
x 4 Pavel Dzemyantsau - Error: "Not enough storage is available to complete this operation" - In my case, this error was caused by Backup Exec 10 agent memory leaks. x 123 Anonymous I've got almost the same situation as described by contributor Rich Ailes. ME244474 resolved the issue for us. x 128 Anonymous This happened on two different Win XP Pro SP3 computers.
x 137 Anonymous In my case I found out that the "Client for Microsoft Netwoks" (in the property of the local Area Network) had disappeared for some reason. Group Policy processing aborted.