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When I try to logon with an account on an xp machine ,  I get the following error message (see below)

Posted on 2008-06-10
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During a logon attempt the users security context accumulated to many security ID's

Client OS : Windows xp pro sp2
server infrastructure : AD 2003
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This is covered in the MS database.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/275266/ko

It is caused by that user having membership to too many groups.
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If you use Sharepoint Team Services or Project Server and publish a new project or site, it creates a local group and add your user to the new group, the problem arises when you are member of more than 1024 groups.
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