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Multiple account error listed in DNS event log

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I am receiving the following error message in my Windows 2003 SBS DNS event log an it cause a slow login on the workstation listed in the error.  None of the other workstations login slowly or produce this error.  
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And what error message are you receiving?

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Does your workstation with the issue have the right DNS server listed in it's network settings??  Improper DNS on a client will cause a network logon hang because it is unable to easily find the SRV records it needs to locate a domain controller.

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