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AlanTang

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Hello:

I am using the Win2K3 as DC with AD in 2000 Native. The FW was a workgroup computer and I have try to setup the Authentication. I can see all the AD's user and group in the user & Group menu. However, I try to login from the web, it say "Authentication failed". May I know which parts was coonfiguration error?

Thanks!
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luizfef

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Are you trying to login whit <_a.t_>domain?
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AlanTang

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my testing AD is "aa.xyz.com" with Netbios Domain as "ABC".
I have try to use "user1<_a.t_>aa.xyz.com" or "ABC\user1" to login but also got fail!
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luizfef

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Go to Logs - Debug, click with the right button in and choose Messages - User authentication and try to logon. After this, please, post the error.
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AlanTang

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Below is the result!

I am using user1<_a.t_>aa.xyz.com to login with correct password!



[28/Feb/2008 23:38:00] {auth} authenticating user user1, error: There are currently no logon servers available to service the logon request., code: c000005e, 0
[28/Feb/2008 23:38:00] {auth} authenticating user user1, error: Logon failure: unknown user name or bad password., code: c000006d, 0
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