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    No Logon Server to service Request issue….

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    by jsizer ·

    O.k. I need help. I am at a complete loss! I have recently upgraded to Windows 2003 domain. I have a Windows 2000 server that has file shares on it that users who are not part of the domain access via VPN and connect using credentials supplied for access to the file share. The problem is that I have a user that keeps getting this message.

    There are currenlty no logon servers available to service this request.

    He can ping the sever when he is on VPN and nobody else is having this issue that I am aware of. I did notice on the W2K server that there are errors in the Netlogon saying Error 5719

    no Windows NT or Windows 2000 domain Controller available for Domain x. The following error occured: There are currently no logon servers available to service this request.

    I have searched all over and cannot find a resolution to this problem that makes sense. It appears that this just started with the Netlogon service last week.

    Any advice would be much appreciated!

    TIA

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    • #2918715

      Clarifications

      by jsizer ·

      In reply to No Logon Server to service Request issue….

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    • #2918686

      when

      by clarkd038 ·

      In reply to No Logon Server to service Request issue….

      Did this happen when you upgraded or was the user able to access the server for a little while after you upgraded. What OS is the user that is having difficulties using.

      • #2918655

        Was working fine….

        by jsizer ·

        In reply to when

        We did the upgrade at the beginning of June and everything has been going fine since then. I have one with Vista and the other I believe is Windows XP. The server where the shares are is Windows 2000 Server and the Domain is Windows 2003.

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