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2012 Core Install Results in Blank CLI Screen

Posted on 2014-04-11
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I successfully created a Hyper-V server on a remote DR computer and used the 2012 Core install. I was able to successfully enter the product key, activate 2012, join the VM to the domain and promote it to a DC. The last step was to install all recommended Windows update which I launched prior to leaving for the day.
This morning when I arrived I did a RDC to the new server and logged on as the domain administrator. This was also successful but I am presented with a completely blank screen - no command window, absolutely nothing is displayed. This also occurs if I log on to the Hyper-V host server and perform a connect to the new server.
I am able to attach to the server via the Computer Management applet on my Windows 7 Pro workstation. The application event log shows error 1202, "Security policies were propagated with warning 0x534: No mapping between account names and security IDs was done.
This only occurs when I logon on using the domain administrator user account, the one I used to install and configure the VM as noted above. Using another user account that is a member of the domain administrator's group allows me to successfully logon and access the CMD window on the 2012 VM. The problem is isolated and I can still access the server using RDC as long as I use the secondary admin account. I would like to fix the issue with the primary administrator's account on the VM server.
Any ideas?
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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profile is corrupted, remove the profile and then logon again with the profile that you removed.
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This happens when I accidentally closed the CMD window. The only way I found to resolve it was to access the VM guest through the HYPER-V host server, press the CTRL+ALT+END keys, select Task Manager, Applications, Create, CMD.
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Solved it myself.
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