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Old 10-29-2009
Ghazanfar Aslam Halim better known as Gaz a.k.a Gujjo a.k.a Ghazandruff a.k.a G Money, Halim Family
 

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But we have a new consultant with an XP box and a Vista box. The XP
box is IN our domain wheras the Vista box IS NOT, it's just plugged in
to get on the internet.

He can login to his XP box without any issues, but when he attempts to
log in to his Vista box, his network account is automatically locked
out. I'm guessing that it might be the issue above, where he's logging
in with the same user name, so I'll try it out and post back to you
guys.
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Old 10-30-2009
Jack [MVP-Networking]
 

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Hi
It is impossible to give you a credible answer without knowing exactly how
the Internet (just saying there is Internet connection means nothing) is fed
in and configured and what is the DNS and gateway assignment of the IPs
involves.
Jack (MS, MVP-Networking).

"Ghazanfar Aslam Halim better known as Gaz a.k.a Gujjo a.k.a Ghazandruff
a.k.a G Money, Halim Family 1st Generation here to put the "D" in D-Boi and
still cooler than a polar bear's toenails!" <gazhalim@gmail.com> wrote in
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> But we have a new consultant with an XP box and a Vista box. The XP
> box is IN our domain wheras the Vista box IS NOT, it's just plugged in
> to get on the internet.
>
> He can login to his XP box without any issues, but when he attempts to
> log in to his Vista box, his network account is automatically locked
> out. I'm guessing that it might be the issue above, where he's logging
> in with the same user name, so I'll try it out and post back to you
> guys.


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