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    network problem

    hi,

    A problem started yesterday on rm CC3 network. users inculding teachers can log onto some workstations but cant log onto other workstations, error in authenticating the password. other users can log onto workstations which are rejecting passwords. users which are rejected can log onto other workstations in same room. no changes have been made to the servers or network before the problem started. i have restarted the servers and switches no luck, problem is accross all the rooms. RM wont answer because we dont pay for their expensive support contract. any help would be greatly appreciated

    thank you

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    Re: network problem

    I don't have an RM network and I know nothing about them, but I've had similar password problems on our AD setup.

    I've found resetting the affected users' passwords will clear it up though.

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    Re: network problem

    An messages in the error log?

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    Re: network problem

    thanks for the replies. changing passwords hasnt helped
    the error is

    Windows cannot log you on because your profile cannot be loaded. Check that you are connected to the network, or that your network is functioning correctly. If this problem persists, contact your network administrator.

    DETAIL - The operation completed successfully.

    For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.



    THE SECOND ERROR IS


    Windows cannot copy file \\chs-sr-002\RMTeacherProfiles\sdavies\NTUser.dat to location C:\Documents and Settings\sdavies\NTUser.dat. Possible causes of this error include network problems or insufficient security rights. If this problem persists, contact your network administrator.

    DETAIL - Access is denied.

    For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.

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    Re: network problem

    Looks like profile corruption or a permission issue. Have you tried cleaning of the locally saved profiles?

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    Re: network problem

    Try deleting the local profiles from the affected machines.

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    Re: network problem

    Have you checked disk space?

    Are all your work-areas on the same server?

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    Re: network problem

    After you've cleaned the profiles and removed them from the affected machines run the Health Check program on the users too this may take some time depending on how many users are affected!

    Do certain PCs allow no-one to log in? If so these may just have to be rebuilt as the easiest alternative! I've experienced several computers doing this for no reason and they were working earlier in the day too!

    Wes

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    Re: network problem

    RM caches up to the last 1000 logins.
    Check the network connection - Login as SystemAdmin "ping chs-sr-002".
    If you can ping, delete the local profiles from the machines.
    Try healthchecks and profile resets on the server.
    Check disk space on servers and on workstations.

    If you have multiple servers - it could be that the other server is authenticating the login but the profile is on a server with a faulty NIC.

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    Re: network problem

    Quote Originally Posted by peterduckmanton
    RM caches up to the last 1000 logins.
    Check the network connection - Login as SystemAdmin "ping chs-sr-002".
    If you can ping, delete the local profiles from the machines.
    Try healthchecks and profile resets on the server.
    Check disk space on servers and on workstations.

    If you have multiple servers - it could be that the other server is authenticating the login but the profile is on a server with a faulty NIC.
    hi,
    rebuilding workstations have solved the problem
    thank you all for your time and support

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