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RIS Error 00004E4F

Posted on 2010-08-18
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We recently changed our administrative account password and now RIS gives an Error 0004E4F error, stating that the account does not have the permissions need to create a computer account.  I have checked that deployment services don't use that password and nothing else has changed.  What else can I check to correct this issue?

RIS is loaded on a Windows 2003 server standard.
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Further info - I tested that the account I'm using can change pc names and was successful.  I also checked that the password for the account in the sif file is correct.

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Mike Thomas earned 2000 total points
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Checkl the permissions on the default computers container or if you have manually configured RIS to use another container then check the permissions on that, the account you are using needs create and delete rights.
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