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can't login to SBS 2003 Console,  Exclamation Point on Screen

Posted on 2008-06-11
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Can not login to SBS 2003 console. Can only see half the Windows banner and a small yellow triangle with an exclamation point  inside of it.
Server is pingable and browseable and functioning normally, except you can not login.

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Strange with the thing you saw on your screen. There could be a policy stopping the account (that you are using) to log in interactively on the server. Try to login remotely using the Admin account and find if there is such a policy in place.
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had to do a second repair on the server. worked fine after that.

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