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By kn_abhilash ·
i have a windows 2000 proff pc, each time i try to logon to windows 2000 domain, i am getting the following logs in event viewer

Application log:-

Event Type: Error
Event Source: Userenv
Event Category: None
Event I 1000
User: NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
Description:
Windows cannot determine the user or computer name. Return value (1722).


system :-
Event Type: Warning
Event Source: w32time
Event Category: None
Event I 54
User: N/A
Description:
The Windows Time Service was not able to find a Domain Controller. A time and date update was not possible.
Data:
0000: 91 05 00 00 ?...


pls tell me where is the problem and the solution

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by carlos.nino In reply to logs in Event viewer

Does your computer have a name and does it know what domain/workgroup it has to log on to?. Are all the TCP/IP (if that's your connection method) parameters propperly configured?

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by jschein In reply to logs in Event viewer

ensure in your dns entries on that workstation, you have the PDC i.p. as the first dns #...

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To force the server and DC to resynchronize the time, go to the command prompt and execute one of the following sets of commands:

- net stop w32time
net start w32time
- w32tm -s (/resync in Microsoft .NET)

If the server is the forest root DC, you'll need to configure it to synchronize the time with an external source

Time Servers (For your pdc or time server)

Microsoft's Web site also provides information about local time servers for other global locations.

To set an authoritative time server, type the following command at the command prompt:

net time /setsntp:ntp0.uk.uu.net

where ntp0.uk.uu.net is an example of an SNTP time server. Time synchronization uses UDP port 123, so if you use a firewall, this port
must be open.


All of this should resolve the 2nd issue.

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See the following: My comments above...

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by kn_abhilash In reply to logs in Event viewer

after adding PDC ip as primary DNS in the workstation the error in application log is no more existing but in system log the following warning is repeting

Event Type: Warning
Event Source: w32time
Event Category: None
Event I 54
User: N/A
Description:
The Windows Time Service was not able to find a Domain Controller. A time and date update was not possible.
Data:
0000: 91 05 00 00 ?...


pls help me

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by Curacao_Dejavu In reply to logs in Event viewer

see the following:
http://tinyurl.com/u4gz

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