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Logging error in Window 7 "there is no servers available for the session"

Posted on 2010-08-19
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I have Windows 7 and this computer is new.  When purchased, the IT guy configured my Domain user on it and I worked fine with it.  I have transfer this computer at home, created a new local user and now I can't log in, i get a message saying that There is no servers available.

What can this be?

I have created the new new via right-click Computer, then choose Administrate and finally added user.

I thought this might be something of a Administrator to handle and I went Administrate in Computer and change my Administrator account to "1" and  now I get the administrator account is disable.

Can it be that the tech messed things up?

please help!
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Was the Administrator account disabled after joining to the domain? or after you created a new local user account?

The Administrator account being disabled could be part of Group Policy.

If you need access as an administrator on the machine your administrator may need to add your userid to the local administrators group on the machine.
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by:rayluvs
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My user is in the Administrator group.

I really don't know if it was disable, how can I know this?
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Ok is it the "Administrator" account that is not accessible or the User's account?

You would need to go to Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Computer Management > System Tools > Local Users and Groups > Users. Verify the account is not disabled. If the user's account is diabled you would need to have it enabled in Active Directory or on the Local Machine (see above steps to enable Administrator account).

Then troubleshoot from there.
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by:jamie_gillespie
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Make sure you are logging onto the local machine and not the domain.

You need to be typing in the following format for the user name

COMPUTERNAME\USERNAME (For Local Accounts)
DOMAIN\USERNAME (For Domain Accounts)

Example - Username = PC1\Jamie        Password = password123
This would log me onto the local machine.
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