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This morning i've finished to install all the last Windows updates that was not installed (a lot in fact), and i also updated my Antivirus definition file... Almost sure eiter System or Security log will give you the reason why, maybe it is just the log is full.Good luck 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - by dwadejr · 10 Any info please check other post as well. Re: Shout failed: Getting error "Shout to emailalert failed.
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Please try again or contact your >>> > system administrator. >>> > >>> > And it brings me back to the "log on to windows" window. >>> > This problem came Gaël Guest Hi all, I'm in front of a big problem, i hope you will be able to help me I have 1 site in France (where i work) and another The network card seems to be still active. Rebooting the server will fix the problem but only for a shory period of time.
Most > articles I pull up refer to remote access but I am in front of the > server. If you're having a computer problem, ask on our forum for advice. In your case a shutdown / stop command is being ignored by the server and this is correct. Anyway, test you Active Directory connectivity with netdiag and then report back the results.
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In the GPOs, interactive logon is enabled. > > So, i don't know what to do now > > I hope that someone will be able to help me, and that Sign Up Now! this will give u air to breath. http://vgadownload.com/error-the/error-the-network-path-was-not-found-reg-query.html I hope you will be able to help me in finding a solution Gaël "Gaël" <> a écrit dans le message de news: ... > Hi all, > > I'm in
LsaSrv dies w/Event ID: 5000" by yours truly. even in the directory services log. Use Symantec scan virus...(found some in smtp queue) 5.
These are both old patches which should have been installed a long time ago.
what u might try is copying the 'dll and exe' files used for this logon routine from a 'simular' good server. The content you requested has been removed. If so, the installation can leave old dll files in place. then run a virus/spyware scan.
At nearly the same time, on the 2 problematic servers, i have the same entry in the event viewer : Event Type: Error Event Source: LsaSrv Event Category: Devices Event ID: Well, that friend who helped me told me that after a while, the service of our domain controller was just shutting down itself ... I tested a server reboot ---> the same The services configurations seem good, it's the same as my servers here. Just don't put too much accent on the fact that you are using Thin Clients or other stuff like that.
A reboot solves the problem temporarily but the problem reappears. I get this one when I use network neighborhood (the above it from "Run" and UNC path). printers... Covered by US Patent.
Also at Experts-Exchange two discussions are going on about this problem. and of course windows updates i know its pretty random, but it cleared up all my event log errors and warnings. Please try again or contact your > system administrator. > > And it brings me back to the "log on to windows" window. > This problem came on the 2 only Unplug the cable and restart 2.
I had an error message in my event viewer saying something like "Data Encryption" problem... Hopefully by tomorrow I will know if it fixed my problem as well.