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. Or sign in with one of these services Sign in with Facebook Sign in with Twitter Sign Up All Content All Content This Topic This Forum Advanced Search Facebook Twitter Google Join the community Back I agree Powerful tools you need, all for free. Also it doesn't appear in 'add/remove' programs. this content
I have tried adding the Reghack and updated the NIC drivers. x 215 Galadmin Another resolution using the /usepmtimer switch, as others have posted, see ME895980: "This problem occurs when the computer has the AMD Cool'n'Quiet technology (AMD dual cores) enabled in Group Policy settings cannot be applied until the problem is fixed. Trend Micro PC-cillin Internet Security 2007 blocks ICMP requests by default.
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. Thai Pepper Apr 21, 2010 Stephen5797 Manufacturing, 101-250 Employees @ATScuba - Try re-creating the user profile and disjoining/re-joining the PC to the network. This causes the spurious ping times, and causes problem for GPO transfer rate calculations (hence Christophe Derdeyn's solution) You can read more about this issue in this blog by the Active
DC cannot found Netlogon 5719... x 239 Anonymous My problem was an old entry in _msdcs under my domain (an old DNS server was configured). x 1 EventID.Net For Microsoft Windows Server 2003 see ME324174. Windows Cannot Obtain The Domain Controller Name Server 2003 See ME924441 for the update from Microsoft.
Check to see whether other computers on your network are having the same problem. Event Id 1054 Group Policy Windows 2008 R2 Use a different network card Its hard to diagnose the exact cause. Software Installation) check the local GP settings under Computer\Administrative Templates\System\Logon\[Always wait for the network at computer startup and logon]. click for more info does it happen for any user on the impacted machine?
Maybe it was because the Switch was too cheap. Event Id 1054 Error Code 58 The Group Policy application stack executes before the negotiation process is completed and can fail because of the absence of a valid link." See ME326152. Sign in here. It is possible the update above can cause the issue in this document, so as a precaution I have included it here as well.
driver, last updated October 11, 2007. https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/21816984/Userenv-Event-ID-1054-Windows-cannot-obtain-the-domain-controller-name-for-your-computer-netowkr-Group-Policy-Processing-aborted.html x 5 Lew Webb This error did not go away for me until I configured the settings in ďGroup policy->Computer Configuration->Administrative Templates->System->Net Logon->DC Locator DNS RecordsĒ on my DNS servers. Event Id 1054 Group Policy NtpClient will try again in 15 minutes. ¬† The funny thing is some of the GPO‚Äôs that I defined have been applied ‚Äď just added some interactive messaging, and that worked?!? Event Id 1054 Windows 2008 R2 All DNS settings were correct, and NIC drivers updated.
It's easy! news GPO is working fine for other desktops...in the same network, DC, DNS environment. x 97 Anonymous In my case, this problem occurred because a traditional ping between this server and the DC was stopped by the firewall. x 218 EventID.Net As per Microsoft: "A network connectivity or configuration problem exists. Event Id 1054 Dns
Note: Weird, the time ordering of system for Netlogon is not right, as early time 4:48:31 PM of b57w2k showed after Netlogon, 4:48:40 PM time: Information 4/17/2006 4:48:31 PM b57w2k Error See ME827182 for a hotfix applicable to Microsoft Windows Server 2003. See Dell Support Forum for more details. have a peek at these guys I have tried all the suggestions found from Microsoft and other forums, none seem to help.
and Userenv 1054 Windows cannot obtain the dC name for your computer network. Windows Cannot Obtain The Domain Controller Name For Your Computer Network x 2 Larry L If you are experiencing this event on a WinXP Pro Station and Group Policy settings are not being applied properly (whether it be User Policies i.e. All rights reserved.
What is the role of Userenv? x 105 Anonymous In our case, the problem was in the limitation of the ICMP packet size to less then 2048 bytes by our ISP. I had the 1054 Userenv event every 5 minutes. Event Id 1054 Server 2012 Thanks 0 LVL 6 Overall: Level 6 Windows XP 6 Message Expert Comment by:Antunb2006-04-17 its like it loses its membership info, but not really because the machine still does everything
The reboot is very important!!!! removing the computer from the domain and re-adding it? 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - I have by miketkelly ¬∑ 8 years ago In reply to Have you tried re-added once already The client did not have a profile in Document and Settings. 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?
Multi core or multiprocessor systems may encounter Time Stamp Counter (TSC) drift when the time between different cores is not synchronized. Processamento da diretiva de grupo anulado.Jun 29, 2011 Windows no puede obtener el nombre del controlador de dominio para la red de su equipo. (El dominio especificado no existe o The card doesn't support Zero Configuration and the NIC software doesn't load until after logon so it cannot connect to the DC until after the logon to the local workstation. wrong DNS server).
See MSW2KDB for more information about this event. x 2 Anonymous I was running ZoneAlarm and it had denied access to the Windows Logon Module. An example of English, please! Connect with top rated Experts 13 Experts available now in Live!
In addition, please describe in more detail the symptoms of your problem (it sounds different than the thread since your dcdiag/netdiag were clean where the original thread's were not). This fix will most certainly cause problems for mobile users, but it worked for my desktop machines. x 1 Jeff Thomes ME326152 refers you to ME239924 to disable DHCP Media Sensing in the registry. XP did not apply group policy until I stopped the IPSec service.
After I uninstalled this program, the problem disappeared. Gpresult said that the GPO that contains the login-script was applied. x 210 Anonymous I was getting this on my Exchange frontend server. At this point we tried to logon to the server (via RDC) which failed, in fact we couldn't even ping the server.
At the command prompt, type netdiag, and note any errors. Verify that you can access the domain controller by using tools such as the Active Directory Users and Computers snap-in. Group Policy processing aborted.Jul 06, 2009 message string data: Aug 03, 2010 message string data: Belirtilen etki alanÔŅĹ yok veya baÔŅĹlantÔŅĹ kurulamadÔŅĹ. Mar 15, 2011 –Ě–Ķ —É–ī–į–Ľ–ĺ—Ā—Ć –Ņ–ĺ–Ľ—É—á–ł—ā—Ć 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?
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