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This is a single server running exchange 2003.  All was great and the server started to run slow.  I rebooted it and now I get "Lsass, object name not found".  Well if I try to hit CTRL-ALT-DELETE before LSASS shuts it down and the login screen just flashes.  I really would like to have a fix for this.  I don't have system restore with Windows 2003.  Safe mode still gives me 60 seconds before it goes off.  I want to get to recovery console but it is RAID and I don't have the SCSI driver right now.  I am looking but I was hoping for an easier fix than a repair.
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by:cammj
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Sounds like your being hit by this: http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/Bulletin/MS04-011.mspx

If this is the case, make sure in future that you keep your server up to date with critical microsoft updates.

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Can we get the correct context of the LSASS error>

Sounds like your server doesn't know how to contact the DC. That is usually a DNS or multihomed domain controller problem.

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Thanks for both responses.  I have looked at everything and finally found it.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/838501/en-us

This fixed the problem.  Thanks,
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Excellent. Glad to see you fixed the issue.

Would you close the question for us by accepting your own answer? Thanks.

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