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windows 2000 login problem

Posted on 2007-12-04
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Good morning,
I facing problem with one of my Windwos 2000 DC.
its hangs on "preparing network connections" please help in order to solve this issue.
they only way to login to the server is AD services restore mode.
appreciate for you quick help because its DC and having data on it.

Thanks

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hi:

could you post your DC's TCP/IP setting?

thanks
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by:Malli Boppe
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check the event viewer.
did you make any changes in your domain
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by:aassal
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Thanks for the reply.
My problem is solved. I have posted the salution.

Regards

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by:Malli Boppe
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whats the  problem
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by:aassal
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Hi,
My problem was solved and i have wrote about the solution.
Regards

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