User can log in to domin network but cannot access network resources

i had one XP Sys on my domin network s2003 r2. when any user except the Admin log in ,to that sys ; user cannot access network resources or shared folden on the network.
on other Sys or machines same users can access normaly
MaherioAsked:
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zelron22Commented:
Your admin account may have cached credentials on the XP system.

Remove the XP machine from the domain (join it to "workgroup").  Make sure before you do that that you have admin credentials to log onto it.

Reset the compute account in AD Users and Computers.  Rejoin the PC to the domain.
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MaherioAuthor Commented:
is there any other steps, if i  do not want to go through that option?
Do user profiles will be intact if i removed and rejoined the domain ?
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dnairnsCommented:
Try deleting the user profile and then have them log in again. it is a profile problem.
Make sure they have backed up their data!
You could also try updating the group policy. This will often times give the users profile the proper rights again.
This is all assuming that you have double checked the network resource permissions for the user.
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MaherioAuthor Commented:
it is not just a single user but any user on that machine has this issue
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Cameron_SCommented:
I would try running gpupdate /force on the workstation. If that doesn't work, I second the notion of removing the workstation from the domain, reset/delete the computer account in AD, and then adding the workstation back onto the domain.

To my knowledge, user profiles should not be affected, so long as you do not attempt to log in with them outside of the domain. Use an administrator account to perform these operations.
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MaherioAuthor Commented:
how to run gpupdate /force on the workstation ?
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dnairnsCommented:
you will probably need to run secedit /refreshpolicy actually.
I apologize, i misunderstood i though it was only the one user.
Go ahead and rebind the computer to the domain. That is the best option. It sounds like there are trust issues. Have you looked in the logs to see if there are any errors talking to the DC??
The user profiles will remain intact if you rebind to the domain.
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zelron22Commented:
from a command prompt type "gpupdate /force" and hit enter.

If for some reason you get this fixed by removing it from the domain, etc., and the user doesn't get their original profile, then you just need to copy the original profile to the new profile.  The profile folders won't be deleted just by removing it from the domain and rejoining it.
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MaherioAuthor Commented:
Zelron22
i tried "gpupdate /force" command on but it is the same result.
but i noticed that i cannnot open the cmd , when ever i tried , the screen flashed without any icons then return back to normal without openning the command prompt



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zelron22Commented:
Got a stuck esc key on the keyboard?
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MaherioAuthor Commented:
Thanks Palls it is OK, i run malwarebyte at the savemode to get the cmd and regedit working, then refreshed the policy.
Thanks again
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