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can't login to domain

By Blue screen ·
When i turn on my pc today i try to login (to the domain)it says the time on your computer and the network is not correct and can't pass the login screen but i can login to the local pc with admin and i can login (to the domain)with same user name and pw on another pc with no problems.
I didn't work on the domain but the night before i installed Vista on my pc on another hard drive then today i put back my original hard drive and that's when i can't login.
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by scndtnr In reply to can't login to domain

You need to reset the time on your pc to match the time on your domain controller; if the time on the two machines is too different, authentication will not occur.

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by ICB's corner In reply to can't login to domain

Looks like you have a time difference between your pc and domain controller. In this case you must set a correct time on pc.
If you had join your pc with Vista to domain then you have a different SID now and you must rejoin to domain.

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by allthegoodnamesweregone In reply to can't login to domain

enabling the time service on the local box usually fixes this one.

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by ICB's corner In reply to can't login to domain

Looks like you have a time difference between your pc and domain controller. In this case you must set a correct time on pc.
If you had join your pc with Vista to domain then you have a different SID now and you must rejoin to domain.

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by cmiller5400 In reply to can't login to domain

The time problem is because Windows uses Kerberos to authenticate. There is a default time limit of 10 minutes on the package so if your time on the pc is off by more than 10 minuets, authentication will fail.

Now as for the other posts, as long as you did not name the Vista pc the same as the old one, you should not have a SID issue, besides a SID issue would come up as a trust relationship error.

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