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The system detected a possible attempt to compromise security.

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I keep getting the error "The system detected a possible attempt to compromise security."  Then I couldn't access our network drive.  I have set our DNS to our specific DNS address.  Any thoughts??  
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8ubterfug3 earned 500 total points
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Try to run the Network ID wizard in the Computer name tab of the System Properties to reset the domain membership of the computer that is having the problem.
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When I do that it says that it could not find me on the domain which I know I'm on there.  
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by:8ubterfug3
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Could not find YOU on the domain or could not find the Domain? What is the exact verbage of the error? Usually that is a pretty straight forward process unless there is a communication problem between the PC and the Domain Controller.
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It said it could not find my account on the domain.
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This sounds like the username / password / domain combination that you are entering in the wizard are not correct. Your user account should have domain admin permissions to be able to add computers.
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I'm looking into that right now.
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What i found was that my client's PC DNS was set to OpenDNS (208.67.220.220 and 222.222) and not their W2k3 DC/DNS server... Changed it back to main server's DNS, flushed and all was well.  The indicator problem was that they could not access mapped drives on the server.
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