Windows Logon

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Desktop administration
Windows Login
One of our users came in this morning . Tried to logon but received the following error message: "current time on this computer  and the current time on the network are different." I checked the time on our server and it was thesame. this is only happening on one users out 65 users on our domain. Is there a fix to my predicament? If I logon as other user, it will work fine.
please assist! Thanks a bunch!
Matths


Software/Hardware used:
Microsoft/ IBM Pcs

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The profile may have gotten corrupt. First, remove the machine from the domain and re-add it. If that doesn’t work, delete or rename the user profile folder.

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  • Owolab
    thanks a million! this worked for me. i remove the machine from the domain and re-add it. regards
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  • Jhazard112
    Believe it or not you should also check your time zone on the actual computer having the issue. We were having a huge issue with that and then DST came around and screwed everything up. It could be.
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  • A51tech
    User may have a local profile on box, rename it and have user long in so that the user pulls a new profile off the server.
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