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  1. [Samba] can join,but not log into domain

    Hi, I have a problem where I can join an xpsp2 machine to a domain
    but, no matter what %COMPUTERNAME% i use, it says "system error: a
    duplicate name exists on the network" after the reboot when upon
    successfully joining. If I try to log in as a valid user, i get the
    "the system could not log you on because domain 'DOMAIN' is not
    available". I'd just like to stress that I do not have a duplicate
    name on the network...I've tried more than 4 and each time I have same
    error. Does this ring any bells for anyone?

    Thanks,
    Peter
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  2. Re: [Samba] can join,but not log into domain

    Do you get the same results if you try to log in or join the domain from
    another machine?
    Have you set up a machine trust account? You have to create a machine
    account for each workstation in your domain, unless you have set an "add
    machine script" in your smb.conf file, which would do this job
    automatically.
    Windows error messages are less detailed or confusing sometimes, so please
    check the %SYSTEMROOT%\Debug\NetSetup.log file on the client computer to
    have more information about the problem.

    2008/6/21 Peter Hartmann :

    > Hi, I have a problem where I can join an xpsp2 machine to a domain
    > but, no matter what %COMPUTERNAME% i use, it says "system error: a
    > duplicate name exists on the network" after the reboot when upon
    > successfully joining. If I try to log in as a valid user, i get the
    > "the system could not log you on because domain 'DOMAIN' is not
    > available". I'd just like to stress that I do not have a duplicate
    > name on the network...I've tried more than 4 and each time I have same
    > error. Does this ring any bells for anyone?
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Peter
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    Peter Hartmann wrote:
    > Hi, I have a problem where I can join an xpsp2 machine to a domain
    > but, no matter what %COMPUTERNAME% i use, it says "system error: a
    > duplicate name exists on the network" after the reboot when upon
    > successfully joining. If I try to log in as a valid user, i get the
    > "the system could not log you on because domain 'DOMAIN' is not
    > available". I'd just like to stress that I do not have a duplicate
    > name on the network...I've tried more than 4 and each time I have same
    > error. Does this ring any bells for anyone?
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Peter
    >

    Check your password dialogue. It should conform to the actual prompts
    and replies when you log in locally to your Linux/Unix box.
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  4. Re: [Samba] can join,but not log into domain

    Thanks all. I had my workgroup name set as the same as my netbios
    name. When I changed the workgroup all was well. Is that common
    knowledge?

    Thanks

    On Sat, Jun 21, 2008 at 6:48 PM, kissg wrote:
    > Do you get the same results if you try to log in or join the domain from
    > another machine?
    > Have you set up a machine trust account? You have to create a machine
    > account for each workstation in your domain, unless you have set an "add
    > machine script" in your smb.conf file, which would do this job
    > automatically.
    > Windows error messages are less detailed or confusing sometimes, so please
    > check the %SYSTEMROOT%\Debug\NetSetup.log file on the client computer to
    > have more information about the problem.
    >
    > 2008/6/21 Peter Hartmann :
    >>
    >> Hi, I have a problem where I can join an xpsp2 machine to a domain
    >> but, no matter what %COMPUTERNAME% i use, it says "system error: a
    >> duplicate name exists on the network" after the reboot when upon
    >> successfully joining. If I try to log in as a valid user, i get the
    >> "the system could not log you on because domain 'DOMAIN' is not
    >> available". I'd just like to stress that I do not have a duplicate
    >> name on the network...I've tried more than 4 and each time I have same
    >> error. Does this ring any bells for anyone?
    >>
    >> Thanks,
    >> Peter
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    >
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    Your xp version is home?
    if so, xp does not bind to a domain.


    On Saturday 21 June 2008 12:15, Peter Hartmann wrote:

    > Hi, I have a problem where I can join an xpsp2 machine to a domain
    > but, no matter what %COMPUTERNAME% i use, it says "system error: a
    > duplicate name exists on the network" after the reboot when upon
    > successfully joining. If I try to log in as a valid user, i get the
    > "the system could not log you on because domain 'DOMAIN' is not
    > available". I'd just like to stress that I do not have a duplicate
    > name on the network...I've tried more than 4 and each time I have same
    > error. Does this ring any bells for anyone?
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Peter
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