Windows Server 2003

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I recently migrated our DC from 2K server to 2003 Server, now I have a few PC's that are giving me connection issues. Periodically, when they try to log in and access their mapped drives or printers, they get the error message that security has been compromised. When I try to log them in, XP tells me that a Domain Controller cannot be found. If I take the machines out of the domain, I can access the mapped drives and printers on the server. All users are currently set up as Domain Users, Domain Admins, Enterprise Admins, Schema Admins and Group Policy Creators/Owners. I would like to return them to just Domain Users once the connection issues are resolved. No error messages appear on the server at any time.
ASKED: September 19, 2005  9:39 AM
UPDATED: September 27, 2005  9:45 AM

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most issues I run into of this sort are usually solved by DNS examination.
That sounds very broad I know, but hope it points you in the right direction.

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  • Harddrive
    this problem may be solved by checking the dns entries on the server and also the data on the hosts files, make sure there are entries for the server address in the hosts files.
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  • Gasup1
    Turns out that harddrive was on the right track with the DNS issues. Discovered the default DNS server was still listed as the old one. Changed it and rebooted all PC's. Problem solved. Thanks, guys.
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