Login problem Windows Server 2003 enterprise edition

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I using server 2003 enterprise edition. I have 30 to 50 when user login into server with the help of remote desktop connection (RDP). Sometimes, there's a user login problem when user logins into server, only a blank screen appears with no icons. No task bar appears either. After rebooting, same problem happens. Thanks and regards, Narsing

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  • Narsing
    HelpQuestion This question has been added to your watchlist. Asked: Asked By: Jul 9 2009 8:30 AM GMT Narsing 5 pts. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Login problem I using server 2003 enterprise edition I have 30 to 50 when user login into server with the help of remote desktop connection(rdp)some time user login problem, when user login into sever only blank screen appear no icon, no task bar appear, after reboot server problem solved again same problem arise with thanks and regards, Narsing
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  • Technochic
    What errors occur in the event logs? Please list them with all the details. Thanks
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  • Bjarcevic
    Ensure the dns clients (user workstations) are pointing to the DNS server with the SRV records for your DC. If this is on the same server as your DC (AD integrated zone) then ensure they are pointing to this. As Technochic has already pointed out look for errors and warnings in the following system directory services application Do you see any ISAM errors? perform a netdiag (windows support tools) and look for any errors in the results screen.
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  • Lusy
    Due to sometime slow network connection this kind of problem occur. You should check about that. And second thing you can check network viruses. If you want more help the please visit at: www.iyogi.net
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  • Qma15jo
    check the TCP/IP service and computer Brousing service, from R.C to My Computer > manage > services and applications > services those services must be automatic and started.
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