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Failed to contact Windows NT Domain Controller

Posted on 2004-08-22
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When I try to access a user account on Microsoft Exchange Admin an error pops up saying " Failed to contact Windows NT Domain Controller.  Microsoft Exchange Administator ID no: c1034307."
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norcalbmxer earned 500 total points
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Any other network problems?
Ive seen this message for a variety of problems, and Ive removed and readded the workstation from the domain to fix it.
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by:Hydrogreen
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Thanks it worked great. I guess it was easier than I made it out to be. I am new to the career. So thank you.
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by:yamong73
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Exchange Sercer occured a "Failed to contact Windows NT Domain Controller.  Microsoft Exchange Administator ID no: c1034307".
i hope to know how to fix this message.
i am a biginner about Exchange Server and Windows N.T 4.0 etc..
i need a detail explain about this message.

Thanks..
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by:norcalbmxer
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Same solution

remove and readd this workstation to the domain.
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