Logon Server Unavailable

Discussion in 'Windows Server' started by Mike, Dec 20, 2004.

  1. Mike

    Mike Guest

    I have 2 win2000Pro computers on a seperate subnet that can no longer locate
    a domain controller. They can logon with previously cached logons, and can
    access all resources(shares, exchange) of the domain, but I cannot log on
    any new users to the computer because it cannot authenticate them. I can
    ping everywhere, and all can ping me. I do not have WINS, I have netbios
    over tcp/ip enabled, and have a static ip address. Both DNS servers are in
    seperate subnets from thses computers. I get NETLOGON event ID 5719 in the
    system Log:

    "No Windows NT or Windows 2000 Domain Controller is available for domain
    MYDOMAIN. The following error occurred: There are currently no logon
    servers available to serrvice the logon request."

    Any help in troubleshooting and diagnosing the problem will be appreciated.

    Mike
     
    Mike, Dec 20, 2004
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    Desmond Lee Guest

    Do these 2 W2k Pro machines have static DNS entries (in addition to their
    static IP)
    pointing to DNS Servers that are accessible on the other subnet?

    Do a quick ping dns_server_ip_address to verify.
     
    Desmond Lee, Dec 20, 2004
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    Network Errors
    "... is not accessible"
    "...the domain "name" is not available."
    "... not accessible. Access Denied"
    "...not available. The server is not configured for transactions"
    "A domain controller for your domain could not be contacted"
    "Access is denied"
    "Access Denied" Message When Opening from or Saving to a Network Folder
    "An extended error has occurred" or "Access Denied"
    "computername is not accessible. No permission to access the resources"
    "A duplicate name has been detected on the TCP network"
    "Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested service"
    Logon unsuccessful: The user name you typed is the same as the user name you
    logged in with
    "Logon Message: You do not have access to logon to this session"
    More Connections Can Be Made At This Time
    "Multiple connections to the server or shared resource are not allowed"
    "Network path not found" in a domain network 1
    "Network path not found" in a domain network 2
    "Network path not found." in a domain network 3
    "Network path not found" in a workgroup network - error 53
    "Not accessible. You may not have permission to use this network resource"
    "Not enough server storage is available to process this command." 1
    "Not enough storage available to process this command" 2
    "Not enough storage to Complete Operation"
    "No logon server available"
    "No domain server was available to validate your password"
    "No domain server was available..." while the dialup connection is active
    "No operation can be performed on the adapter..."
    "Resources: \\computername\IPC$"
    Resource: \\computername\IPC$ - An extended error has occurred
    Remote Procedure call terminated unexpectedly - ...NT authority must shut
    down your computer in 30 seconds."
    TCP/IP transport not installed
    "The list of servers for this workgroup is not currently available - System
    error 6118 has occurred. "
    "An error occurred while renewing interface local area connection" While
    renewing IP
    The credentials supplied conflict with an existing set of credentials -
    System error 1219 has occurred
    "The computer account already exists"
    The credentials supplied conflict with an existing set of credentials
    The network folder specified is currently mapped using a different user name
    and password
    "The password is incorrect. Try again"
    "The network location cannot be reached"
    "Spooler Subsystem Application Needs to Close" - "Operation Could Not Be
    Completed" Error Messages
    "The system cannot log you on now because the domain "name" is not
    available."
    The system cannot log you on to this domain because the system's computer
    account in its primary domain is missing or the password on that account is
    incorrect.
    "The system cannot log you on to this domain" - Can't logon NT domain
    There are currently no logon servers available to service the logon request
    "There are no entries on the list"
    "There is not enough memory available to print your"
    This account is the same as the one logged on to the system and that this
    account was tried before to logon
    There is no domain controller available to validate this account.
    There are currently no logon servers available to service the logon request.
    Event ID 5719
    Transmit failed, error code 65 or 10050
    "Unable to access Computers Near Me" or "Workgroup is not accessible" errors
    "Unable to Browse Network"
    "Windows cannot connect to the domain" - Can't logon NT domain
    "You may not have permission to use this network resource"
    "You must provide a password to make this connection."
    "Windows needs your current credentials to ensure network connectivity"


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    Consultants (need password to logon)

    .... is not accessible

    Message: "....is not accessible. You may not have permission to use this
    network resource. Contact the administrator of this server to find out if
    you have access permissions. Network path was not found."

    Resolutions:
    1) make sure no any firewall blocks the LAN traffic.
    2) make sure you have created the same workgroup, and the same username on
    w2k/xp for logging on a remote computer.
    3) check user's rights.
    4) you may want to enable guest account on w2k/xp.
    5) if you are using simple file sharing, you may try to disable it and
    re-share the drive manually.
    6) if it is mixed OS (win98, NT, ME and W2K/XP) network, enable NetBIOS over
    TCP/IP.
    7) make sure the Computer Browser service is started if all computers are
    w2k/xp.
    8) stop Computer Browser service on win9x, ME and NT if this is a mixed OS
    network.
    9) cache credential by using net use \\computername\share /user:username
    command (it is better to have the username logon shared computer).
    10) if you have tried enabling netbios over tcp/ip but doesn't work, you may
    try to load netbeui (loading netbeui may slow your network).
    11) Make sure the server service is running.
    12) If you can see the share in Network Neighborhood but not access it, this
    issue may be resolved by verifying that both the share permissions and the
    NTFS partition permissions are correctly configured for individual user or
    group access.
    Still need help, contact consultant More resolutions for ChicagoTech
    Consultants (need password to logon)

    "... not accessible. Logon failure: account current disabled.

    Symptom: When browsing a network drive in Windows Explorer, you may receive
    above error message.

    Resolutions: this is cache credentials issue. To fix this problem and cache
    the credentials, use net use \\computername /user:username command.

    "... not accessible. Access Denied "
    SYMPTOMS: When you attempt to connect to a network share, you may receive
    the following error message: \\Servername\share is not accessible. Access
    Denied. If you are accessing a share in another domain, this message may
    appear even though you have verified that the trust is configured correctly.
    Also, the share may be visible in Network Neighborhood.
    RESOLUTION: This issue may be resolved by verifying that both the share
    permissions and the NTFS partition permissions are correctly configured for
    individual user or group access.
    "...not available. The server is not configured for transactions"

    Use "net share" command on the shared computer to check share status. If
    there is not a share named "IPC$" in the share list, use "net share ipc$"
    command to create it.

    "A domain controller for your domain could not be contacted. You have been
    logged on using cached account information. Changes made to your profile
    since you last logged on may not be available"

    Resolutions: 1. Check the DNS settings and make sure the client points to
    correct DNS.
    2. Make the computer have correct TCP/IP settings and can ping the domain
    controller.

    "Access is denied"

    Symptoms: 1. When attempting to create a folder or copy a folder on a
    network drive, you may receive "Cannot create or replace xxxxx: Access is
    denied. Make sure the disk is not full or write-protected and that the file
    is not currently in use".
    2. When attempting to save a file on a network drive, you may receive
    "Cannot save or create xxxxx: Access is denied. Make sure the disk you want
    to save the file on is not full or write-protected or damaged".

    Resolutions: go to the properties of the drive>Sharing, add the the user and
    give Change permission.
    2. Make sure everyone has Change permission.

    "Access Denied" Message When Opening from or Saving to a Network Folder
    Symptom: When opening a network folder in Windows Explorer and then try to
    open a file from or save a file to that folder, the associated program may
    report a sharing violation, return an "access denied" message, or open the
    document as read-only. Typically, this problem occurs when you open a
    network folder and then double-click to open a Microsoft Word or Microsoft
    Excel file. The document opens as read-only.
    Resolution: To fix this problem, go to Windows Explorer, open the network
    folder that contains the file that you are trying to open or save. On the
    Tools menu, click Folder Options. Click Use Windows classic folders, and
    then click OK.
    "An extended error has occurred" or "Access Denied"
    Symptoms: When mapping a network drive using net use or using the net view
    command to view a different computer in the domain, you may receive: "An
    extended error has occurred" or "Access Denied" error messages.
    Resolutions: 1) This issue may occur if the workstation doesn't synchronize
    the time with the server. After verifying that basic network connectivity
    exists, you can force time synchronization on the client computer manually.
    To do this, run net time /domain /set command.
    2) Make sure you have granted enough licenses for clients accessing.
    " computername is not accessible. No permission to access the resources"

    If both win2000/XP and win9x can see the workgroup but only win2000/XP can
    access a win 2000/XP computer, and win9x gets the above error, check the
    group name. If they are the same name,

    Check these:
    1) are you sure the logon user has permission to the shared folder?
    2) have you tried to logon using the same user name and password of the
    accessed win2k/XP computer?
    3) the last and risky one, if you enable guest account in the accessed
    win2000/XP computer, can you access now?

    Logon unsuccessful: The user name you typed is the same as the user name you
    logged in with

    Cause: it could be the name resolution issue, especially DNS issue.

    Logon Message: You do not have access to logon to this session
    Symptom: When attempting to logon using the Terminal Services client, you
    may receive the following error message: "Logon Message: You do not have
    access to logon to this session".
    Resolution: By default, TS connection security setting allows only
    administrators to log on. To set custom TS connection permissions, go to
    Terminal Services Configuration>Connections folder. Right-click the
    connection (RDP-TCP)>Properties>Permissions, add the users or/and groups
    that needs access to this connection.
    More Connections Can Be Made At This Time
    Symptoms: When attempting access a shared folder on a remote computer, you
    may receive this message "No more connections can be made at this remote
    computer at this time because there are already as many connections as the
    computer can accept" or "This request is not accepted by the network. Try
    again later".

    Causes: 1) The share that is configured to allows a specific number of
    connections, and that number of connections has been reached.
    2) The 10 user connection limit has been reached if the remote computer is
    w2k/XP.
    3. If you have Per Server licensing, the license limit has been reached

    "Multiple connections to the server or shared resource are not allowed"

    Symptom: when attempting to join a domain, you may receive "Multiple
    connections to the server or shared resource are not allowed. Please
    disconnect all previous connections to the server or shared resource and try
    again."

    Resolution: try using net use /d from a command to clear all your mapped
    connections before joining the domain. You can also disconnect the mapped
    drive in Windows Explorer by right-click the mapped drive and select
    disconnection.

    "Network path not found" in a domain network 1

    SYMPTOMS: When trying to join a W2K/XP to a Windows 2000 domain by using he
    NetBIOS domain name, you are successful but not the FQDN and you may receive
    one of the following error messages:1) The following error occurred
    attempting to join domain "example.com": The network location cannot be
    reached. For information about network troubleshooting, see Windows Help.
    2) Network path not found.
    RESOLUTION: This issue may occur if the TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper Service is not
    running on the client computer. To start the TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper Service,
    go to MMS>Services, double-click TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper Service.
    "Network path not found" in a domain network 2

    Symptom: some w2k/xp can't join the domain randomly. The DNS server is
    multihomed server..

    Resolution: You can find some computer browser errors on the DNS server.
    Disable one of two NICs will work. More resolutions can be found in browser
    Issue page.

    Still need help, contact consultant at http://www.ChicagoTech.net for the
    tech support.

    "Network path not found" in a workgroup network - error 53

    RESOLUTIONS:
    1) Make sure that File and Printer Sharing is enabled on on the shared
    computer.
    2) Make sure that shared machine has something shared.
    3) Make sure that you have created the same workgroup and logon the same
    username if you try to access w2k/xp network.
    4) Make sure that you have enabled NetBIOS over TCP/IP if this is a mixed OS
    network.

    "Not accessible. You may not have permission to use this network resource"

    Symptom: Your WinXP, in a peer-to-peer network, may receive the following
    error when you double-click My Network Places/Computers Near Me: <Workgroup
    Name> is not accessible. You may not have permission to use this network
    resource. Resolution: 1) Enable NetBIOS over TCP/IP on one or more computers
    in the workgroup. To do that, go to properties of Local Area
    Connection>properties of Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)>General> Advanced>WINS,
    check Enable NetBIOS over TCP/IP (If you have a DHCP-assigned IP address,
    select Use NetBIOS setting from the DHCP server ). 2) Make sure the Computer
    Browser service is started.

    "Not enough server storage is available to process this command." error.

    SYMPTOMS: When accessing shares on a server from a client, you may receive
    "Not enough server storage is available to process this command." error. You
    may receive this message and Event ID: 2011 after you install Norton
    Antivirus for Windows.

    Resolution:
    1) The registry value IRPstackSize may be not explicitly present. To
    increase the value of the parameter, go to the key
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\
    LanmanServer\Parameters. If the key is not present, choose Add Value in the
    Registry Editor. The Value Name should be IRPStackSize and the Data Type is
    REG_DWORD.
    2) Remove any unnecessary entries from this value in the registry,
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\LanmanServer\Parameters\NullSessionPipes.
    3) If the machine has a non-zero PagedPoolSize in the Registry, you need to
    re-set it by going to
    HKEY_LOCALMACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Memory
    Management and double-click on PagedPoolSize and set to 0.
    4) Disable Norton antivirus to see if that will fix the problem.

    For consultants, refer to Not enough server storage is available page.

    "Not Enough Storage to Complete Operation"
    SYMPTOMS: When you try to open the Printers folder, you may receive the
    following error message "There is not enough storage to complete this
    operation". This is because the size of the registry has exceeded the
    maximum size set in the virtual memory settings.
    RESOLUTION: Increase the maximum registry size. To do that, go to
    Start>Control Panel>System>Performance> Change (In Windows 2000, click the
    Advanced tab, click Performance Options, and then Change). Type a larger
    value in the Maximum Registry Size box.
    "No logon server available"

    Symptoms: you can ping the server by ip and name but can't map the shared
    drive by using net use \\ip or \\servername. If you try, you may receive
    the "No logon server available".

    Resolutions: This sounds like cache credential issue. 1) make sure the
    computers in the same network, the same workgroup/domain and have created
    the same username. 2) use net to cache the credential. 3) The user profiles
    may been damaged.

    "No domain server was available to validate your password"

    Symptoms: when trying to logon a domain from win9x, you may receive a
    message "The following error occurred while loading protocol number 0. Error
    38: The computer name you specified is already in use..." and then "No
    domain server was available to validate your password".

    Resolution: 1) make no two host name in the network. 2) check WINS and make
    sure no one host uses two IPs. If it does, delete all of them and reboot the
    computer.

    "No domain server was available..." while the dialup connection is active

    Symptom: you have windows 2000 domain controller with DNS, DHCP, WINS and
    Dialup connection. Whenever the dialup connection is active, none client
    can't logon and gets a message "No domain server was available to to
    validate your password. You may not be able to gain access to some network
    resources"

    Resolution: Make sure you don't have "Register this connection's addresses
    in DNS" checked under TCP/IP Advanced DNS settings. To check this, go to the
    Properties of the connection> the Properties of the TCP/IP>Advanced>DNS,
    uncheck "Register this connection's addresses in DNS"

    Still need help, contact consultant at http://www.ChicagoTech.net for
    the tech support.

    Resource: \\computername\IPC$ - An extended error has occurred
    Symptoms: When you attempt to connect to w2k/xp computer over the network,
    you may receive one of the following error messages: "You must supply a
    password to make this connection: Resource: \\computername\IPC$" -or-
    "computername An extended error has occurred"
    Resolutions: 1. make sure netlogon service is running.
    2. Make sure you have created logon ID and password for remote computer
    logon.
    3. Or enable guest account.

    Remote Procedure call terminated unexpectedly - ...NT authority must shut
    down your computer in 30 seconds."

    Symptoms: 1. Your computer reboots every few minutes without user input.
    2. The computer become unresponsive.
    3. You may receive "Remote Procedure Call terminated unexpectedly" and ...NT
    authority must shut down your computer in 30 seconds."
    4. There is msblasr.exe running on Task Manager

    Cause: "W32.Blaster.Worm" or "MSBlast."

    "Spooler Subsystem Application Needs to Close" - "Operation Could Not Be
    Completed" Error Messages

    Causes: 1. Bad printer driver. 2. New MS update conflicts with the printer
    driver. 3. ICF conflicts with the printer driver.
    For consultants, refer to EL072304

    The system cannot log you on to this domain because the system's computer
    account in its primary domain is missing or the password on that account is
    incorrect.
    Causes: 1. incorrect password.
    2. This behavior may occur if the password for the computer account and the
    local security authority (LSA) secret are not synchronized.
    3. Computer names conflict.

    For consultants, refer to the case 082104RL

    This account is the same as the one logged on to the system and that this
    account was tried before to logon
    There is no domain controller available to validate this account.
    There are currently no logon servers available to service the logon request.
    Event ID 5719

    Symptoms: 1. In client, you may receive Event ID 5719: "No Windows NT or
    Windows 2000 Domain Controller is available for domain Domain. The following
    error occurred: There are currently no logon servers available to service
    the logon request."
    2. In DC, you may receive Event ID 5719: "No Windows NT or Windows 2000
    Domain Controller is available for domain chicagotech.net. The following
    error occurred: There are currently no logon servers available to service
    the logon request.
    3. You logon domain user in a domain network, the mapping logon script
    displays this message: "There is no domain controller available to validate
    this account."
    4. You use a office laptop to connect the office VPN, when you map a network
    drive using this command line: net use \\chicagotech\shared
    /u:chicagotech.net/blin, you may receive this message: "This account is the
    same as the one logged on to the system and that this account was tried
    before to logon. There is no domain controller available to validate this
    account"

    Causes: 1.The DC is down.
    2. Can't access the DC.
    3. The DNS issue.
    4. Run out of buffer space in the NetBT datagram buffer.
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    Robert L [MS-MVP], Dec 20, 2004
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  4. I'd put money on this that you have a DNS name resolution issue...for
    example, if you can't ping and resolve the domain name (ping "contoso" if
    your domain name is contoso.corp.com), you have DNS issues. You can use
    nslookup to do further verification of your DNS configuration.

    --
    Ryan Sokolowski
    MCSE, CCNA, CCDA, BCFP
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    http://www.Avanade.com

    "A troubleshooter's best tool is the Event Viewer and understanding the
    events and messages contained therein."

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    Ryan Sokolowski [Avanade], Dec 21, 2004
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  5. sorry,this is what I wanted to post.
    Symptoms: 1. In client, you may receive Event ID 5719: "No Windows NT or
    Windows 2000 Domain Controller is available for domain Domain. The following
    error occurred: There are currently no logon servers available to service
    the logon request."
    2. In DC, you may receive Event ID 5719: "No Windows NT or Windows 2000
    Domain Controller is available for domain chicagotech.net. The following
    error occurred: There are currently no logon servers available to service
    the logon request.
    3. You logon domain user in a domain network, the mapping logon script
    displays this message: "There is no domain controller available to validate
    this account."
    4. You use a office laptop to connect the office VPN, when you map a network
    drive using this command line: net use \\chicagotech\shared
    /u:chicagotech.net/blin, you may receive this message: "This account is the
    same as the one logged on to the system and that this account was tried
    before to logon. There is no domain controller available to validate this
    account"

    Causes: 1.The DC is down.
    2. Can't access the DC.
    3. The DNS issue.
    4. Run out of buffer space in the NetBT datagram buffer.


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    Robert L [MS-MVP], Dec 21, 2004
    #5
  6. Mike

    Mike Guest

    I can ping DNS, and DCs by name, and ip address with -a and it resolves the
    correct name.

    Ping local (domain name = local.mydomain.com) replys with a dc ipaddress.
     
    Mike, Dec 21, 2004
    #6
  7. Mike

    Mike Guest

    I can ping local ( Domain Name = local.mydomain.com) and it replies from a
    DC correctly.

    Mike
     
    Mike, Dec 21, 2004
    #7
  8. Mike

    Desmond Lee Guest

    How about DNS configuration on the clients having this problem (previously
    posted)?

    Do they all have manual DNS entries as well, on top of the static IP
    addresses
    allocated to them?

    Without correct DNS info, the clients will not know how or where to send DNS
    queries, and may resort to WINS / broadcast. As you have found out, ping
    to DNS by IP or (FQDN) hostname would still work though.
     
    Desmond Lee, Dec 21, 2004
    #8
  9. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Yes, THey have static DNS entries.

    Mike

     
    Mike, Dec 22, 2004
    #9
  10. Mike

    Lynn Guest

    if kerberos packets are not making it to the dc then that will also produce
    the message you saw.

    to see if something is blocking 88, get on the machine that is having
    trouble and try to telnet to the dc on port 88:

    C:\>telnet domaincontroller 88
    Connecting To domaincontroller...Could not open a connection to host on port
    88
    : Connect failed

    if the test is successful, you may have trouble with kerberos over udp. try
    making kerberos run on tcp. there is a kb for that.

    L
     
    Lynn, Dec 22, 2004
    #10
  11. In Mike <> made a post then I commented below
    :: Yes, THey have static DNS entries.
    ::
    :: Mike

    Curious Mike, what are the static DNS entries you are using for your clients
    and DCs? Are any of the entries DNS servers that do not host your AD zone
    name, such as an ISP's DNS server or some other server that doesn't host the
    AD zone?

    I usually see this error when the ISP's DNS servers are listed on a client,
    DCs and/or member servers. Since you haven't provided an ipconfig /all to
    verify this is not the case, I would like to provide some background about
    AD and DNS. You can also see this, and more at:

    291382 - Frequently Asked Questions About Windows 2000 DNS and Windows
    Server 2003 DNS:
    http://support.microsoft.com/?id=291382

    Just an FYI about AD, DNS, authentication, etc:
    _____________________________________
    In an AD network, all domain members (DCs, clients and servers), need only
    use your internal DNS server(s) only. To veer away from this simple best
    practice rule with AD, can cause mulitple problems, too numerous to mention
    here. Reason why, is AD stores it's resources and service locations in DNS
    in the form of SRV records (those folders with the underscore in them). They
    are used for a multitude of things, such as finding the domain when a client
    logons, domain replication from one DC to another, authentication, and more.
    To illustrate, if a client queried the external DNS server with a query such
    as, "Where is my domain so I can find a DC to send a logon request", will
    that server have the answer? NO. Unfortunately, the ISP's DNS does not have
    that info.

    If there are multiple DNS entries on a machine (whether a DC, member server
    or client), it will ask the first entry first. If it doesn't have the
    answer, it will go to the second entry, but it REMOVES the first entry from
    the eligible resolvers list, and won't go back to it. This can cause issues
    within AD when accessing a resource such as a printer, folder, getting GPOs
    to function, etc. Another good reason to ONLY use the internal DNS server.

    Recommended "best practice" to insure full AD and client functionality:
    Point all machines ONLY to the internal server(s), and configure a forwarder
    to your ISP's DNS. This way all machines query your DNS and if it doesn't
    have the answer, it asks outside. If the forwarding option is grayed out,
    delete the root zone, (it looks like a period), refresh the console, and try
    again. If not sure how to configure this, this article will guide you thru
    it:
    http://support.microsoft.com/?id=300202
    _____________________________________


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    Ace Fekay, MCSE 2003 & 2000, MCSA 2003 & 2000, MCSE+I, MCT, MVP
    Microsoft Windows MVP - Windows Server - Directory Services

    Security Is Like An Onion, It Has Layers
    HAM AND EGGS: A day's work for a chicken;
    A lifetime commitment for a pig.
     
    Ace Fekay [MVP], Dec 25, 2004
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