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Posted on 2006-11-07
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Hi,

The other day I went to shut down my PC and when it tried to syc the My Documents folder as it normally does I was prompted for my username and password. I was in a ruch so clicked cancel and let it shut down.

Now when my PC is sticked on it takes ages to log in, applying personal settings bit takes about 2-3 mins and The My Documents folder is not sychonised, I looked at the folders properties but I could not edit its path.

Also Outlook sometimes prompts me for my username and password too - but it works fine after I give these.

I did an RSOP.msc and both User and Computer Configuration have red crosses and in Properties/Error Information tab it says something about not being able to find domain etc.

Any ideas what is wrong with it and how to fix?

Thanks,
Jack
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by:Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy
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Please post an IPCONFIG /ALL from that computer to take a look.

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OK, wil do that tonight Jeff, Thanks
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by:JackHodson
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No need, Iv found the problem - self inflicted amateur error!

I was swapping a different router in and out when I was changing to a different ISP, I had configured the IP manually and the DNS to point direct to the router, not the SBS - all back to where it should be and working well.

Thanks anyway,
Jack
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