User Cannot Login To Domain Domain Not Available
Everything would be relatively OK (and admittedly less embarrassing) if I weren't the system administrator and if I wouldn't tell guys working in Service Desk and similar technical positions as myself (you know Domain Admins who remember their passwords) to remember to change their passwords on Client domain before they expire.
PCSF_46008 Cannot connect to domain to look up service . Explanation: The Service Manager on the gateway is not running, and cannot accept the request. User Response: Do you login to your office intranet from your home? Unless you are on the same network, you wont
Also, what happens when the user who cannot uses the user who can' pc? By default, standard domain users will not be able to connect via remote desktop to Windows XP Virtual Machines. Use group policy to add the 'Domain Users' group for each of your domains to the local 'Remote Desktop Users
Win10 cannot login to domain accounts I have a dozen computers that are running Win8.1 that authenticate to a Win2012R2 server with no problems. I have now installed fresh Windows 10 installations on four machines. I can log onto these machines locally or with a Domain admin account but cannot
One user cannot login to the domain, it says "the user profile cannot be loaded". I looked at the properties of the user and I saw that it was a Domain User(which is what its supposed to be).
Hi there, I have a network domain over here, with 2 domain controllers (Windows 2003) , and most clients run WIndows 7 (if not then Vista). I just started on the job, and found this very weird thing, where after you join a computer to a domain, you need to add every user by himself to the local users group, otherwise the user cannot log in!