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System error 1311 has occurred....There are currently no logon servers available to service the logon request

Posted on 2011-09-22
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Recently one of my users, Windows 7 SP.1, cannot connect to a network drive through the domain trust established a while back.  I have no problems, nor does anyone else so it seems to be a single machine...for now.

Before I read that SP.1 was needed for this problem, but after I did some updates including SP.1 he still gets the same error.

I attempted to disconnect the network drive and use the net use command in the CMD with both the IP and the FQDN and still gets that error.

Not sure what else it could be.

Any suggestions would be much appreciated.

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OK, well I got it to work...my issue is i may have to do this again and again for this 1 user!

Stupid and simple answer...

I used the "Map Network Drive" and used different credentials.  Then it connected.  It has to be an error in the kerabos authentication for this 1 user.

I think this is a short term solution...we shall see....

Geez
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