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Event 1030 and 1058 in applications log

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We have a 2003 (STD) sp2 AD, One PC (XP Pro SP2) out of 30 can log into the network but cannot browse the network or access the internet via IE7. Applications event ID's 1030 and 1058

I ran ipconfig /all on the XP box and the dns is pointing at the server IP. All other numbers look good.

I have removed the PC from the network and rejoined with a different name with the same results.

I can ping the server and other web sites from a cmd prompt. All other PC's in the domain have no trouble at all. Anyone had something like this on just one PC?
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See http://support.microsoft.com/kb/842804 To fix the problem, install the hotfix for 842804


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Should this hotfix eleviate the XP Pro problem? I have no login problems with the server.
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