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Ticket Request Failed in Security Log

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I keep getting logon failures in my security log related to failed ticket requests. I've included a snip from my log showing what exactly is appearing.  I cannot figure out what I can do to eliminate these issues so that my log doesn't fill up with these errors.

Thanks for the help,

Eric

Event Type:     Failure Audit
Event Source:     Security
Event Category:     Account Logon
Event ID:     677
Date:          3/26/2003
Time:          6:13:30 AM
User:          NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
Computer:     Server
Description:
Service Ticket Request Failed:
      User Name:     HDNW8$
      User Domain:     CHHIP2.LOCAL
      Service Name:     krbtgt/Server.LOCAL
      Ticket Options:     0x2
      Failure Code:     0x20
      Client Address:     10.0.0.116
 
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For those who are interested, I got assistance from another site and was referred to this link.

http://www.eventid.net/show.asp?DocId=6
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