DNS is correct and 10 other clients are all working correctly WRT group policy, etc. 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, The DC event viewer did not show any relevant information. I reinstalled it and all was OK (I had 1054 from Userenv and 40961 from LsaSrv error messages, too). have a peek at this web-site
x 137 Anonymous In my case I found out that the "Client for Microsoft Netwoks" (in the property of the local Area Network) had disappeared for some reason. Clogged showerhead [HomeImprovement] by digitaldoc77198. x 6 Thomas Wurm Jr. Unfortunately I don't have the full text of the error at the moment and can't recall it off the top of my head. http://www.microsoft.com/technet/support/ee/transform.aspx?ProdName=Windows+Operating+System&ProdVer=5.2&EvtID=1053&EvtSrc=Userenv&LCID=1033
When I put the server's switch port into portfast mode on my Cisco 6500 series switch, the issue was resolved". Incorrect permissions or security failures can prevent Group Policy from applying to the computer or user. x 5 Anonymous If you are running a dual-port NIC, make sure your drivers are correct. Dyson vacuum ruining carpets or not good for carpet warranty [HomeImprovement] by HBuilder328226.
The following articles addresses this issue: ME938457, ME942564 and ME823659. This could be caused by one or more of the following: a) Name Resolution failure on the current domain controller. Concepts to understand: What is the Group Policy? Windows Cannot Determine The User Or Computer Name 1326 Unfortunately I don't have the full text of the error at the moment and can't recall it off the top of my head.What should I be checking in relation to this
The Q article doesn't contain the error message we are getting, but I have spoken to MS tech support, and this is the fix." x 6 Private comment: Subscribers only. Event Id 1053 Userenv The cause was I had my network settings for my internal nic screwed up. do i search for any apps that's using port higher than 5000? additional hints x 113 John Currie In my case it was the "Receive Side Window Scaling" issue that crops up with Windows Server 2003 SP2 & Broadcom NICs.
AD will not work otherwise. Windows Cannot Determine The User Or Computer Name Access Is Denied As per MSW2KDB, a network connectivity or configuration problem exists. x 77 Guido Holly In our case, the Firewall blocked the communication from our Terminal Server to the domain controller on port TCP 1026. The PC was not logging to the domain and I was not able to re-join the PC to the domain because the "Network ID" button under the "System Properties" computer name
x 8 Alex Rogachevsky This error was showing up on our Windows XP clients; users were not able to authenticate in the 2003 AD domain. https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/38164-error-1053-windows-cannot-determine-the-user-or-computer-name Note that no Crash On Audit Fail blue screen appeared and the security event log was not full so there was no related message shown. Windows Cannot Determine The User Or Computer Name Not Enough Storage Both comments and pings are currently closed. Event Id 1053 Group Policy See ME277741 for details on how to do that.
The server lost connection to the DC and all accounts in the admin group showed just as their SIDs. http://knowaretech.com/windows-cannot/1053-userenv-windows-cannot-determine-the-user-or-computer-name.html Based from the log that i gathered, total connection is only around 50....... I suggest you check my previous post once again and act accordingly.Still are you facing any problem?Please ask only one question in one post. Deleting and creating the OU again (even with the same name) solved the problem. Event Id 1053 Error Code 1722
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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. x 4 Mike Pastore We received this event along with event 40960, 40961, and 1219 in the application log. Group Policy processing aborted. have a peek here I read somewhere its related to handle....