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Problem with loging on FTP server by @localdomain login

Hi Experts,

we have domain with 3 DCs and we have to remove the oldest one, which was Windows 2003 R2 Server. Everything went smooth, we transfered all roles to another DCs before demotion. After demoting oldest server, we noticed, that our FTP users can not login to our FTP server (which resides on another windows 2003 r2 server, dedicated only for this) by username@localdomain but only by LOCALDOMAIN\usernam

it would not be big problem, but external users who uses FTP regularly, will be probably too lazy to change it. I was looking in FTP logs and I found out everytime, I use username@localdomain error -  - [53]PASS - 530 1326

So I would like to ask, is that problem regarding the fact, that now we do not have any Windows 2003 R2 Server DC ? we have only two Windows 2008 R2 DCs and on old FTP server is still IIS 6.0, so if there is not problem with using @localdomain

thanks for any help
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AndrejArdan
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Christopher KileCommented:
I ran into this suggestion on another web site in a discussion of another issue with a similar error code:  if it's practical, try resetting passwords on the IDs you're having trouble with.  The two forms of ID you use have two different password storage locations, and it's possible these are not synchronized - resetting the password should force this synchronization.  If this is not practical please let me know.
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AndrejArdanAuthor Commented:
thanks a lot, I will try and give you know, unfortunatelly, it does with all users and accounts :(
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Greg HejlPrincipal ConsultantCommented:
Is your ftp using LDAP?  when you removed the last old DC was it running LDAP?

have you enabled LDAP on any of the new DC's?  then you would need to point ftp to new LDAP server
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AndrejArdanAuthor Commented:
no, FTP did not use LDAP (sorry for late answer)

only way we can access to this FTP is by syntax: DOMAIN\username , if I use username@domain, it does not work
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Greg HejlPrincipal ConsultantCommented:
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Seth SimmonsSr. Systems AdministratorCommented:
This question has been classified as abandoned and is closed as part of the Cleanup Program. See the recommendation for more details.
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