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i have a user when he loggs into the domain when the logon script are being applied it says your reference account is loged out and access is denied . it is happening only for this user. i dont know why?? i have checked all the possible things and still getting the same issues.
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Seen this case a few times. The user is set to locked under local user settings.

Keep me posted we'll get this sorted out.
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local user settings?????? cannot understand what does that mean . i am getting 12294 error id , i have changed for virus and other stufs but no.??

Cheers:)
Kamal
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thanks guys i have solved the issue. so i am deleting it.
Cheers:)
Kamal
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