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I cant live much longer without GP in the remote sites. 09-23-2008,08:08 AM #5 far182 Master Untangler Join Date Aug 2008 Posts 969 Originally Posted by netmanager I'll just clarify that Login By creating an account, you're agreeing to our Terms of Use and our Privacy Policy © Copyright 2006-2016 Spiceworks Inc. Then finally, the GPO was applied just as for the other PCs. x 3 Anonymous The problem is not with the NIC or DNS, but rather with the Microsoft XP OS.

An example of English, please! USERENV(20c.aa4) 14:20:57:257 PingComputer: No data available USERENV(20c.aa4) 14:20:57:257 ProcessGPOs: DSGetDCName failed with 59. Add the following registry value: Value Name: DisableDHCPMediaSense Data Type: REG_DWORD -Boolean Value Data Range: 0, 1 (False, True) Default: 0 (False) Resolution 2: Contact the vendor of the network card Sign In Sign Up Home Forums Browse Back Browse Forums Rules Donation Activity Back Activity Unread Content Content I Started My Activity Streams All Activity Search Subscription Back Subscription Orders Manage https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsserver/en-US/e8ebc1af-146a-412a-bb99-d1942311bb26/event-id-1054-windows-cannot-obtain-the-domain-controller-name?forum=winserverGP

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Software Installation) check the local GP settings under Computer\Administrative Templates\System\Logon\[Always wait for the network at computer startup and logon]. The problem occurs because link status fluctuates as the network adapter (also known as the network interface card, or NIC) driver initializes and as the network adapter hardware negotiates a link For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.I'm relatively new to investigating server problems, is there a good place to start looking into this issue?

On the other hand rejoining solves the problem (thanks to MikeRuralElectric). The SBS 2003 box also runs all the standard SBS services, Exchange, Sharepoint, IIS etc but DHCP is handled by the Cisco's in the remote sites. x 4 Anonymous I also had this error. Event Id 1054 Group Policy A race condition may occur between the TCP/IP protocol and the network adaptor driver when they try to register with the Microsoft Network Driver Interface Specification (NDIS).

Regards. Windows Could Not Obtain The Name Of A Domain Controller Server 2008 When I changed the subnet of the location where the problem computers are in, to a different Active Directory site, it works ok. All of the remote machines have had the force Kerberos to use TCP hack and this is also pushed out by group policy if its not manually applied before joining the Everytime I run "gpresult" I receive the following:INFO: The user "DOMAIN\user account" does not have RSOP dataZT Sunday, November 01, 2009 11:29 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote

Oh, and by the way, if you run gpupdate /force and logoff, be sure to reboot before logging in!!!!! Netdiag First, I logged on as local administrator, and did the setup of the Wireless USB, then rebooted and it worked. Results 1 to 9 of 9 Thread: Group Policy processing not working Usernv Error 1054 LinkBack LinkBack URL About LinkBacks Thread Tools Show Printable Version 09-21-2008,11:45 PM #1 netmanager Newbie Join Other available timers include the PM_Timer and the High Precision Event Timer (HPET)." x 228 LH We had a Windows 2003 as PDC which was not able to even find himself.

Windows Could Not Obtain The Name Of A Domain Controller Server 2008

Can anyone shed some light on this? To prevent your network adapter from detecting the link state: 1. Event Id 1054 Cannot Obtain The Domain Controller Name Mohammed Ghouse February 29, 2012 at 1:26 pm Reply how to do smae thing in server 2008 No trackbacks yet. Windows Cannot Obtain The Domain Controller Name Server 2003 In our case, the problem occured due to Group Policy settings pulled across a VPN.

Testing and Resetting the Secure ChannelCheck this link 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Check the DNS settings by Jacky Howe · 8 years ago In reply to See if They reinstalled XP from the Cd that can with the computer. Privacy statement  © 2016 Microsoft. From a newsgroup post: "I have the same problem and the only thing I have read that makes any sense is someone saying there was a XP hard drive image problem Windows Cannot Obtain The Domain Controller Name For Your Computer Network

Our client OS is Windows XP. If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site.Would you like to participate? x 8 Pavel Dzemyantsau Error: "The specified domain either does not exist or exist or could not be contacted". x 1 Anonymous If you're using DHCP, make sure the DNS Server option (006) is set in your scope options.

Recreating the zone as an Active Directory integrated zone with only secure updates and then running net stop netlogon and net start netlogon successfully recreated the missing _msdcs forward lookup zone. Dcdiag I have tried adding the Reghack and updated the NIC drivers. We found the following page: AMD Opteron Processor Utilities and Updates.

NtpClient will try again in 15 minutes.   The funny thing is some of the GPO’s that I defined have been applied – just added some interactive messaging, and that worked?!?

I lowered the ping size to 1024 and it worked right away. See ME827182 for a hotfix applicable to Microsoft Windows Server 2003. Setting the registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters\DisableDHCPMediaSense to 1 as per ME239924 solved it. Check Netbios, usually is on Default.Join the AD, from the PC. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - i tried by miketkelly · 8 years ago In reply to Try...

I can ping the domain without difficulty and access sysvol no problem. x 221 Anonymous In my case, I got this error only if a specific user logged in. They said all the problems were solved." x 2 Anonymous The Intel Pro 1000 MT series of NICs in confuction with Windows XP shows an Error code 1054. Nothing else worked, including re-joining the domain, updating the NIC driver and so forth.

After creating this policy you'd have to do a gpupdate /force on the machine having this since it isn't pulling policy. Read warning about side affects. As the PC boots, some NICs perform a reset, which also forces the switch port to reset. Your pings should look normal now and the 1054 errors every 5 minutes will go away.

Disable any at least for testing purposes. Here is what I received when I ran "gpresult":INFO: The user "DOMAIN\user account" does not have RSOP dataZT Friday, October 30, 2009 5:20 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to x 1 Robbie Foust This problem can occur if the user is authenticating to a MIT Kerberos realm with a Kerberos name mapping defined in AD. Did that resolve the problem? 04-04-2009,10:12 AM #9 GaryS Newbie Join Date Apr 2009 Posts 1 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/816045 (new user, can't post hyperlinks) I'm a new user and had the exact same

See ME816045 for information on how to change the default setting (2048 bytes) in system registry. Group policy is still wokring fine in the central office. We changed the MTU size for the VPN traffic to 1400 and the problem was fixed. x 218 EventID.Net As per Microsoft: "A network connectivity or configuration problem exists.

SBS handles DHCP in the central site, but the Cisco's do DHCP at the remote sites. After I uninstalled this program, the problem disappeared. NtpClient will try again in 15 minutes.".3. Helped anyway.

I would make sure the remote sites DNS settings (by verifying the desktops) point to your AD server. Then stop logon service, flush DNS and register DNS again with IPCONFIG /registerDNS". The DC is a Win2k3 and I installed on it a firewall.