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Windows 2003 Terminal Server - They system cannot log you on due to invalid address

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Suddenly no one can logon domain with my windows 2003 terminal server due to invalid address error! I can logon locally only, not domain. Reboot the server twice and no go. Any suggesstion? thanks.
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warddhooghe earned 500 total points
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could you log in locally and check the eventviewer's system and application log, there might be more details there. (start > run > eventvwr)
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Reboot server helped! but still not sure what's the solution, event viewer did not tell much! Close this question then,
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Event View is always a good place to star troubleshooting. Good suggestion but it's no a solution.
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