Re: First Installation to network for PC running Vista Business
Try creating a new 'test' user on the Vista computer and give that person
admin rights. Now on the NT4 computer, create that same user account.
Restsart Vista computer and see if this new user account works. If not, you
may have an NT4 issue.
"John H." <John H.@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> We are a small Catholic school. We currently utilize a server running NT
> for user account management along with a filesever running Windows Server
> Following the very same process that I use to join an XP Pro unit to our
> network, under the properties for the unit I try to change from a
> to our domain. After entering the domain, the user name (system admin)
> the corresponding password, I get the error message " Logon failure:
> user name or bad password.
> If I use the 'network wizard' in the same area, I go through all of the
> steps that I would if joining a WIN XP unit. At the very end of the
> I am receiving the system error: " Your computer could not be joined to
> domain because the following error has occurred: There is no user session
> key for the specified logon session.
> HELP... HELP PLEASE.
> John H.