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On Some workstation there's a event error:

No Domain Controller is available for domain XXXX due to the following:
There are currently no logon servers available to service the logon request.

Domain is windows 2003 while workstation is Windows XP Pro with SP2

However the workstation don't have any issue on any drive mapping and all 4 domain controller is up and reachable...   Is there any testing I can run on the workstation since it's annoying.

Thanks.
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by:Carol Chisholm
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Does it have a fixed IP address ? Is the default gateway correct?
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by:pcchiu
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Yes workstation got fixed ip address, got correct gateway.
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by:R_odec
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Are the settings of the dns servers OK?
Can you ping the hostname of the domain controller?

You can try to flush the dns, run - cmd - ipconfig /flushdns and maybe also to register dns, ipconfig /registerdns

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by:Guillermo Feijóo
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Hi:

   Does the failing workstation show same hour than the workstations that are ok? If the difference is more than 5 minuts, you won´t be able to log on.
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chaseturbo earned 2000 total points
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remove the workstations from the domain, they re-add them to the domain.  Creates new cid on active directory
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by:pcchiu
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1.  I can ping the hostname for all domain controller.
2.  Run the ipconfig /flushdns couple time
3.  The error only occurs every couple hours and beside that there's no other error, the workstation is running totally fine.

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by:Carol Chisholm
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take out of domain and put back in
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by:WiReDWolf
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Ipconfig /registerdns
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by:R_odec
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Today I had the same problem.

Tried solution from chaseturbo:

remove the workstations from the domain, they re-add them to the domain.  Creates new cid on active directory

Problem solved !!!!!!!

THX TO CHASETURBO
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