change domain of term server and now logon lags

Posted on 2006-05-02
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Last Modified: 2010-04-13
I have a terminal server based on Windows 2000 and change the domain it is a member of and now I have a long lag time when I try to logon.

What would cause this?

Thanks in advance.
Question by:locrawler
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Hi locrawler,

what kind of ping responses do you get to and from the server

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dooleydog earned 252 total points
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perhaps the domain changed, but not the DNS settings, or where the clients think it is?

Good Luck,

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centrepc earned 248 total points
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It sounds like a DNS issue as dooleydog noted.  If you are having trouble logging into Terminal services it may not be finding the license server due to improperly configured dns or you just may not be getting authinticated from not seeing the domain controller in either case it sounds like DNS isn't reflecting the changes you made to your network.  

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Thanks for the responses. I'll check some settings and reply back in the morning.

Author Comment

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It was a DNS issue. I'd overlooked changing the IP for the DNS server in the TCP/IP properties. As soon as I changed the setting, it all worked fine.

Thanks a lot.

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