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    Windows 2000 Domain Login

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    by golfkinguk ·

    I have a W2KPro and a Win98 computer that happily get DHCP and logon to a W2K Domain Controller. However, a Win95 workstation won’t log on to it using Microsoft Client, logon to Windows NT domain. When a static IP address is assigned, it happily browses the server, but you cannot logon to it at the network logon screen. I have all of the workstation names assigned as Active Directory Computers and users. I have checked and triple checked, everything is set identical to the Win98 Computer. I would really like the Win95 PC to use DHCP and login to the W2K Domain. Is there some limitation that I am unaware of?
    Thanks in advance. Ron

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      Windows 2000 Domain Login

      by lil_turk ·

      In reply to Windows 2000 Domain Login

      There is something you did miss. AD will not let a Win95 machine login the Tree. The new version of Kerbos doesn’t all NTLSM to login in. The resolution is upgrade this machine to 98 and it should start working. I know this sounds crazy but I’m not positive on this so check out microsoft site for info on AD for win95.

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        Windows 2000 Domain Login

        by golfkinguk ·

        In reply to Windows 2000 Domain Login

        Thanks, I had a feeling this was the case. Oh well, imagine Microsoft not allowing one of it’s most widely used clients to login to a 2000 Domain. ching ching Billie!

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