I know it has something to do with DNS, but can't quite figure out where to begin troubleshooting...I'm still learning about Server 2008 and AD. I have configured a new Dell desktop with Windows Vista business to join my domain (Windows Server 2003 Enterprse) and not able to join due to the following messasge: "An Attempt Let us know what you find. LouNaTech Mar 16, 2008 1:49 AM GMT Here's another great site for troubleshooting reluctant Vista PCs that don't want to connect to a Windows 2003 Domain: Hope this helps. 30 weblink
By submitting you agree to receive email from TechTarget and its partners. User Name Remember Me? They are no problem for WIN XP PRO to join this domain. Or is it installed already?
The registry location below is the best place to find the DNS name of a domain controller. Ask a Question Question Title: (150 char. Sign Up Now! pardon me for my frankness, by why would you tell another machine that it's domain DNS server is a loopback adapter?
anyway im looking at the inconsistency right now... comonforall Networking Support 3 10-23-2011 01:45 PM 3TB HDD won't format I recently bought a 3TB 5400RPM hard drive and placed it in an enclosure. If you are running 2003 server R2 (or really any version) and server is configured to be Domain Controller, DNS Server and Active Directory is setup If you delete the forward Facebook Google+ Twitter YouTube Subscribe to TechSpot RSS Get our weekly newsletter Search TechSpot Trending Hardware The Web Culture Mobile Gaming Apple Microsoft Google Reviews Graphics Laptops Smartphones CPUs Storage Cases
Press Ok. 4. I have manually activated the account and tried again with no success, I have also reset the account and tried without success. The user starts the computer and performs a logon using a local computer account. 5. Client computers query a DNS server to resolve memorable, alphanumeric DNS names to the IP addresses that computers use to communicate with each other.
Following Follow Microsoft Windows Vista i have a vista ultimate machine and i would like it to join a domain, i have attempted this repeated times and continually end up with
My Forest and Functional levels are 2003 Server.
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Don't try and set anything statically...let windows get the IP address & DNS/DHCP information from your router. Thanks. Remove the computer record on the AD and try again. Then change the Member of option from the AD domain to a Workgroup. 3.
Privacy Reply Processing your reply... have a peek at these guys Any name. Two Methods for Joining a Wired Windows Vista Client to a Domain User configures their wired computer with a bootstrap wired profile using an Extensible Markup Language (XML) file and joins Thanks again, demitch256 « Services stops automatically | [SOLVED] A few frustrating problems..
It allows you to schedule tasks (actions) on a recurring basis, such as hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, at log on, at startup, on idle, etc. Dec 9, 2008 #15 dab45 TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 31 so i did something that made my clients lose internet but anyway i read up some of my errors and This video Micro Tutorial is a brief intro… Windows 10 Windows 7 Windows 8 Windows Vista Windows OS Setup SMTP relay to office 365 Video by: Alan how to add IIS http://tawish.org/vista-cannot/vista-cannot-join-sbs.php The error message " The following error attempting to join the domain "SERVER".
Be sure that you have the Active Directory Domain controller listed in the network properties of the client machine as the dns server. Note: If you've used a cloning software and cloned a computer that was a member of a domain you should know 2 things: Never clone a domain member. Guest, Aug 18, 2009 #4 Guest Guest Post in reply to: Acheliz Your DC is your Domain Controller.
As soon as I change it from administrator of the domain and log on as a user, ut doesn't allow me to enter, An Interactive error has occured ----- Can somebody
Register Hereor login if you are already a member E-mail User Name Password Forgot Password? Please try again later. I recommend keeping it simple to start and just try to connect through your Wired Network Interface Card (NIC) first - then play with Wireless later. Rather than trying tonping the ip of the dns server, try to ping the hostname.
I am quite sure this is the issue. Remove the computer Go to Solution 3 +1 4 Participants pcadmin16(3 comments) KCTS LVL 70 Windows Server 200344 Windows Vista19 Server Hardware9 McKnife LVL 52 Windows Vista17 Windows Server 200313 Server All rights reserved. this content Thank you in advance! #17 WindowsSlave, May 5, 2009 superbill New MemberJoined:Feb 6, 2008Messages:774Likes Received:1 There are many reasons why you could have this problem.