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Posted on 2003-12-02
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I have successfully installed the child domain in our domain but when i tried to log on , it say user name and password is wrong (invalid logon) though I am using the blank password in my Root domain controller (main Domain controller) so I also tried to logon with blank password but i never supplied the password in any stage during the installation of Child domain.

but I can log on with my local administrative password but when i opne the Activr user and computer it says" Naming Location cannot be located because: the logon attempt failed contact your system adminsitrator to verify that your domain is properly configured and online "

how could I get away with this problem or is there any way to make and user account with appropiate password.

Kind regards
Maqbool Hussain
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