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We have users on our helpdesk that have issues connecting to the SCCM console after changing their passwords.  If they change their passwords back they work fine and server admins dont seem to have the issue.   We get the error below:
"The ConfigMgr console could not connect to the ConfigMgr site database. Verify that this computer has network connectivity to the SMS Provider computer and that your user account has Remote Activation permissions on both the ConfigMgr site server and SMS Provider computers. For more information, see "How to Configure DCOM Permissions for Configuration Manager Console"  The only change that have been made is password.

 
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by:anubhavsharma18
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Please attach smsadminui.log file
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Here is the file.
Thanks in advance
Paul

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Yes, I have verified those setting.  The access worked fine, after a password change the access no longer worked.
Thanks,
Paul
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On the SCCM server, do you get any kerbeors or netlogon errors in event viewer?
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This was another stange one.  I was watching the logs and had the user try logging in to get current logs and it worked.  Thanks for all your help and I may be back in 90 days ;)
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