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sbs 2003 client keeps getting username and password pop up

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hello

i have an sbs 2003 server with around 15 client computers.  after a server reboot one of the computers keeps getting a username and password popup.

but after entering the users password the pop up dissapears and then pops up again almost immediately.

the user can still use exchange email and still has access to shared drives but this pop up is proving to be an annoyance.
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zippybungle2003 earned 500 total points
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I think this was a known issue, is the exchange patched to sp2?
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by:drzackzuss
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hello

i am believe it has not had the sp2 update yet due to a previous problem.  resetting the users password may have alleviated the problem for now but i will only know for sure in about 1 hour.


thank you very much for your help
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