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A Single Sign-on error has occurred. Please contact an administrator. Details: Could not find domain controller for this domain

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Hi,
I have installed Sharepoint 2003 and it all seems fine up unto the point where I am trying to set up SSO (single sign-on).  I have followed the microsoft instructions exactly.  I have created a specific user, I have granted them domain admin access, I have given them server administrator access to the sql database.  However, when I go to apply my settings to the manage server settings for single sign-on web page.  I receive the following error:
'A Single Sign-on error has occurred. Please contact an administrator. Details: Could not find domain controller for this domain'

Can anyone help with this at all, I am desperate and I can't find a resolution to this problem on any user groups.
Thanks
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Hi,

Are you doing these settings on the server or on a client connecting to the server?. If you are making these changes on a client computer is the computer connected to the domain?. If so have you saved this extra username and password under you manage user accounts in windows xp?.

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JOhan
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I'm trying to set these settings on the server, logging in as the user I have given rights too.  
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yes it is
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www.experts-exchange.com/ Networking/Sharepoint/Q_21601350.html

Have look a that question something to with step three seems he had to create a special type of user account. Hope it helps.

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Great, thanks for that, thats solved that problem.  However, I now get a
Failed to connect to the database server. Verify connectivity and rights for the configuration account and try again.
I have already done the registry fix microsoft recommend for Windows Server 2003 SP1, with regards to taking the quotes out for the reg key regarding the service.  I have stopped and started the service, but still get this error.

Any ideas?
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