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  • They apply Group Policy with no problems; plugged that same laptop into the live network, rebooted, and the errors were back.Since its obviously not a DNS issue anymore, I'm leaning toward
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    x 4 Nick Garrett - Error: "Access is denied" (Error code 5) - If you have multiple DCs, check your AD replication. Group Policy seems to apply fine (no userenv errors) on the domain controllers and member servers. Windows Cannot Determine The User Or Computer Name Not Enough Storage If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site.Would you like to participate? Windows Cannot Determine The User Or Computer Name 1326 I don't see any errors related to the application jobs, however, but am having to run these job tasks manually to get them done.

    In each case, the event appeared every 60 to 120 minutes (the machineís policy update interval). http://ibuildsystem.com/windows-cannot/userenv-windows-cannot-determine-the-user-or-computer-name-1053.php No go.Thanks though. · actions · 2006-Jan-28 11:08 pm · BillRolandPremium Memberjoin:2001-01-21Ocala, FL BillRoland Premium Member 2006-Jan-28 11:40 pm What (if any) changes have you made before this started? You will know when you have the right set when you get the advanced tab on the connection properties page. 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 Event Id 1053 Error Code 1722

    Massachusetts question 4 passes, not happy [InTheNews] by IowaCowboy285. This entry was posted by ncrancher on 04/13/2012 at 6:01 pm, and is filed under Uncategorized. The problem in our case was that the security settings were too hard. this content We discovered that the error started to happen after a reboot of a Windows Server 2003 DC.

    I've been searching Google Groups for the last couple hours and everything seems to lead back to that original EventID page, so I'm all out of ideas for tonight. Event Id 1053 Dhcp For this specific error, you have to enable "file and print sharing" . Based from the log that i gathered, total connection is only around 50.......

    So, I suggest you check below article and troubleshoot accordingly.

    An example of Our approach Comments: EventID.Net See the links to "Troubleshooting network problems" and "ADS Known Issues" for information on fixing this problem. - Error: "Not enough storage is available The information in the 529 event contained the reason "Unknown user name or bad password", a logon type of 3, and the logon process and authentication process set to Kerberos. Don't deviate from the topic or issue. Event Id 1053 Activesync Group Policy processing aborted.

    Something really odd was happening in the DNS configuration. Using gpupdate (ME823659), I was able to reproduce the error. TekSavvy - ENOUGH IS ENOUGH ALREADY!!! [TekSavvy] by MrMazda86423. have a peek at these guys See example of private comment Links: Event ID 1000 on Windows 2000, EventID 529 from source Security, Troubleshooting network problems, ADS Known Issues, EventID 1110 from source Userenv Search: Google -

    As per MSW2KDB, a network connectivity or configuration problem exists. I'm surprised the fix on the MS site didn't work. DNS is correct and 10 other clients are all working correctly WRT group policy, etc. What is the role of Userenv?