Cannot connect Vista Business to Small Business Server

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by Doug, Aug 27, 2008.

  1. Doug

    Doug Guest

    I've tried verything I can think of, but always get the same error when
    running connectcomputer. Here is the log file:-

    27/08/2008 3:55 PM
    -- Starting SBS Net Setup --
    -- Primary DNS [10.1.1.100] is SBS Server --
    -- ServerURL is [http://10.1.1.100/connectcomputer/] --
    IsNT6ProfileProviderInstalled(): User profile WMI provider found. Setting
    bFound to true
    Starting wizard with strComputer [SBS-A], strDomain[cjp.local], strNetBIOS
    [CJP], strBase [ http://10.1.1.100/connectcomputer/]
    IsNT6ProfileProviderInstalled(): User profile WMI provider found. Setting
    bFound to true
    found [4] keys
    CProfileList::CProfileList() - added [1003, C:\Users\Geoff] to the profile
    dir map
    CProfileList::CProfileList() - added [Geoff, C:\Users\Geoff] to the profile
    dir map
    CAuthPage::OnNotify() - PSN_WIZNEXT - User Name: geoff2
    CAuthPage::GetUsersAndComputers() - ADsOpenObject(
    LDAP://SBS-A.cjp.local/DC=cjp,DC=local, geoff2, [PW] )
    CAuthPage::GetUsersAndComputers() - ADsOpenObject(
    LDAP://SBS-A.cjp.local/DC=cjp,DC=local, geoff2, [PW] )
    GetXMLNode() - DOMDocument::selectSingleNode( root/mapping[@user='geoff2'] )
    failed [1]
    LoadMappingInfo() - find [root/mapping[@user='geoff2']] failed, user not
    mapped
    CWizard::prepAutoLogon()
    CWizard::prepAutoLogon() - runonce key set
    CWizard::prepAutoLogon() - account existed, deleting
    CWizard::prepAutoLogon() - setting DefaultDomainName_PostMigrate to [CJP], [0]
    CWizard::prepAutoLogon() - setting DefaultUserName_PostMigrate to [], [0]
    FinishNetworkingSetup()
    CWizard::FinishNetworkingSetup() - outputting XML file
    FinishNetworkingSetup() -- calling NetJoinDomain( NULL, cjp.local,
    ou=sbscomputers,ou=computers,ou=mybusiness,dc=cjp,dc=local, cjp.local\geoff2,
    [pw], 359 )
    FinishNetworkingSetup() -- NetJoinDomain() failed [1355], returning
    FinishNetworkingSetup() failed -- hr == [-2147467259]
    Deleted sbsmig out of runonce key.
     
    Doug, Aug 27, 2008
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  2. Doug

    Doug Guest

    Partially solved. Disabling Norton doesn't disable Norton fully.
     
    Doug, Aug 27, 2008
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  3. Doug

    The Bee Guest

    Then you don't use Norton. 3rd party solutions like Norton introduce
    more problems than what they are worth. You had to disable Norton to
    make it work should be telling you something.
     
    The Bee, Aug 27, 2008
    #3
  4. You have to uninstall it and then run this utility:
    http://service1.symantec.com/SUPPORT/tsgeninfo.nsf/docid/2005033108162039

     
    Frank Saunders MS-MVP IE,OE/WM, Aug 27, 2008
    #4
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    HeyBub Guest

    HeyBub, Aug 27, 2008
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