Tuesday, December 18, 2012 8:04 AM Reply | Quote Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Technet Web site. Windows could not resolve the user name. I know it has to do with group policy processing... Yes No Do you like the page design? have a peek at this web-site
The user policy is being applied happily enough, but the computer policy seems to be trying to be got from the old domain that existed previously.I tried removing the machine from So just look for any apps that's using port higher than 5000 or apps that using a lot of ports? From what I gather it is a DNS issue, so that is what I'm troubleshooting.The complete error is:Windows cannot determine the user or computer name. (Access is denied) Group Policy processing Every machine on the network, including the domain controllers, have to have this service started in order to load the group policies.Here is a little help from MS if you need http://www.microsoft.com/technet/support/ee/transform.aspx?ProdName=Windows+Operating+System&ProdVer=5.2&EvtID=1053&EvtSrc=Userenv&LCID=1033
You can use the links in the Support area to determine whether any additional information might be available elsewhere. Join Now I had a user this morning try to log into her machine and noticed after a few reboots that she was not being logged into the network - So Indeego, firewall was enabled when the computer was joined to the domain. If you have third-party firewall software installed, check the configuration of the firewall or try temporarily disabling it and verifying that Group Policy processes successfully.
Group Policy processing aborted.Jan 23, 2013 Windows cannot determine the user or computer name. (Недостаточно памяти для завершения операции. ). Event ID 1053 — Group Policy Preprocessing (Security) Updated: September 21, 2007Applies To: Windows Server 2008 Group Policy preprocessing uses security to act on behalf of the computer or user. Firewall Find an alternative solution for our software firewall and also find the truth behind high internet charges by the local ISP IT/NW Infrastructure Project The IT/NW Infrastructure project's objective Windows Cannot Determine The User Or Computer Name 1326 See ME948496 from Microsoft for more details on this issue.
x 121 Markr In our case, this was related to the server in question having an AMD processor. We resolved it by adding the /usepmtimer switch in boot.ini as per ME895980. The AVG was updated and inadvertently reset to the default Firewall settings, blocking authentication traffic on our internal network. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsserver/en-US/389751a0-0dff-4eeb-83c2-631fd2c06a36/1053-userenv-windows-cannot-determine-the-user-or-computer-name?forum=winservergen The problem in our case was that the security settings were too hard.
Web of Trust collects data [Security] by ZZZZZZZ333. Group Policy 1053 Error Code 1722 With the help of netstat -aon &netstat -anobcommands, you can get info of ports along with PIDs (Process IDs).I don't understand why you did not get any clue. When the Intel Pro Nic in my server came up, it did not wait for spanningtree to put the port in forwarding mode, causing errors related to the temporary disconnect. Download portqryUI tool from http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=24009 and run it in your machine.Open Explorer, browse for the folderPortQryUI and click and open portqueryui.exe (GUI tool) one pop-up windows will appear and choose the
I will let you know in the morning if this is a go - thank you :-) 0 Mace OP Martin9700 May 18, 2009 at 4:12 UTC Take Anyways I suggest you use below tool to know more about ports and corresponding services. Windows Cannot Determine The User Or Computer Name Not Enough Storage Logging him off solved the problem. Event Id 1053 Group Policy We discovered that the error started to happen after a reboot of a Windows Server 2003 DC.
Rejoin the domain, reboot. 0 Poblano OP Melman May 19, 2009 at 7:14 UTC Did all of that maybe 10 times already and nothing - deleted everything Check This Out I found that rebooting leaves the network fine for a while. x 70 Rafael Castro I found this problem in a network which lost performance every time this event occurred. This documentation is archived and is not being maintained. Windows Cannot Determine The User Or Computer Name Access Is Denied
In my case i have an old 2 DCs network. Group Policy processing aborted.Nov 11, 2009 Windows cannot determine the user or computer name. (Access is denied. ). x 4 Nick Garrett - Error: "Access is denied" (Error code 5) - If you have multiple DCs, check your AD replication. Source How does Windows determine computer names?
TECHNOLOGY IN THIS DISCUSSION Join the Community! Event Id 1053 Error Code 1355 It seems to go on throughout the day, so I haven't been able to find a pattern. x 120 Rich Ailes I had this error crop up with a companion error in the system log: The Security System detected an authentication error for the server cifs/FQDNservername.
At which time I've stopped/restarted the netlogon service, as well as registering the DNS again. Please ensure that you can contact the server that authenticated you. ). Will update if / when I figure it out. Event Id 1053 Group Policy Error Code 1722 Group Policy processing aborted.Jul 28, 2009 Windows cannot determine the user or computer name. (The system detected a possible attempt to compromise security.
Note: Inside theDirectory of PortQryUI you can seePortQry.exe (command line tool) &portqueryui.exe (GUI tool) either one you can use for test purpose.Regards, Ravikumar P Marked as answer by Boo_MonstersIncMicrosoft contingent staff, x 128 Anonymous This happened on two different Win XP Pro SP3 computers. Serrano Jan 25, 2011 Dr.Funk Transportation I have found that if you remove the PC concernerd from the domain. have a peek here ForumsJoin Search similar:A little help needed to configure Netgear router to work with NVG510, pleaseComcast DNS in metro AtlantaDNS - Secondary DNS Zones - Defining DNS Name Servers QuestionReddit issues[DSL] Frontier
TekSavvy - ENOUGH IS ENOUGH ALREADY!!! [TekSavvy] by MrMazda86266. Review your DNS servers." If the error occurred when you attempt to join a Microsoft Windows 2000-based client to a Microsoft Windows NT 4.0-based or Windows 2000-based domain see ME256083. The solution ultimately came from all three articles. In my case, this was happening for roaming notebook users when they were not connected to the domain in the office.
Use nslookup to confirm you can resolve addresses of the domain controllers in the user domain.
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