Event ID 672 Failure Audit

Hi all,
  I have a couple of users who get randomly locked out of their WinXP machine. They can walk away from their pc, come back unlock the pc and then they will start getting access denied errors and their accounts are locked out. Any ideas as to what might be happening here, we have 3 W2K3 DCs all workstations are XP Pro.

Thanks,
JJ
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KevNetCommented:
check the time settings on the machines and make sure they matchup fairly closely to that on your server.
The Kerberous authentication system doesnt like it if your clients are too far out.
Have you setup a network time server?

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jkjacksonAuthor Commented:
Yes, one of the three DC's runs as a time server.


Joe
jkjacksonAuthor Commented:
Well, although i have the time server, one of the users in question had a very large time differense, and the NTP client was not poitning at a local server. I have set all accordingly, and am awaiting the results. Thanks for the post.

JJ
jkjacksonAuthor Commented:
Ok, this did not resolve the issue, again the same thing, the user locked her workstation then walked away for about an half hour, when she came back and unlocked her work station she got into the workstation but got locked out on the network....grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
jkjacksonAuthor Commented:
I think this did do the trick after all, it has only reoccured once since i reset the tie settings. Thanks for the post. JJ
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