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    Network Logon Puzzler!

    Scenario...I have one specific PC hooked up to the network. I can logon to the network as an administrator no problem....Others can logon to the network on the same PC no problem...One individual cannot logon using this PC...However....The same individual uses another PC and can logon to the network no problem!

    Has anybody experienced this before and/or know what could be wrong?

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    Glenn

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    Do you have locally cached profiles...?

    I would logon as administrator and delete all local logons at the computer to start with.

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    Have you tried re-joining it to the domain?

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    coquet636 & FN-GM...Thank you for your responses. Even though they weren't exactly the problem I had they helped me to figure it out.

    It was far simpler than that.....The network cable was loose (so that's re-joining it to the domain I suppose!). It was the cached files comment that prompted me to check because the 'user' had said that he had never used that PC before.

    How embarrassing for me!!!

    Thanks guys.

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