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When run Rsop.msc i get an X mark on the computers. Why does this happen.

Posted on 2008-06-19
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Hi,

When run Rsop.msc i get an X mark on the computers. Why does this happen.
Where can i start troubleshooting.
The client is windows Xp and is added to the domain.


I have tried pinging, Removed from domain and added it back.
Changed the machine name...Restarted manuy times.

Regards
Sharath
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Hi,

When you run rsop.msc, and see the X mark on computer configuration, maybe you can right click to go properties and click on Error information tab, it should provide information that you need.
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