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.4pKlahFUvJF.16@.1dcf90b3/309>Server error "logon failure" with no network changes made
Just a few days ago, one of our servers started returning the error "logon failure: the user has not been granted the requested logon type at this computer" whenever we try to connect remotely to it. We have made no network changes at all to cause this to start. There is, unfortunately, no more information available, as this doesn't appear in the event log. We are running NT4 with SP6a loaded. Can you provide some guidance?
Question submitted by Robert
Question #72: Connecting Mac though TCP/IP not Appletalk
I want to be able to connect Macintosh desktops (Mac O/S 8) to an NT 4 domain so that I can store MAC files on an NT share so that they are backed up overnight. I want the connection to use TCP/IP not Appletalk - how can I achieve this?
Question submitted by Dom
Question #73: Student asking advice on network set up
What is the best topology and type of network for a small company that employs 20 workers? I'm working on a network project for my studies where I'm having difficulty getting started. Any guidance would be appreciated.
Question submitted by Chiko
Question #74: Flushing single entry
Is there a way that you can flush a single entry in a switches' ARP cache (Cisco 3550) rather than rebuilding an ARP table?
Question submitted by Donald
Question #75: Split T1 connection from headquarters
I work at for a large retailer and that has a T1 connection. We'd like to split that one line for several computers. But the thing is -- that connection goes to corporate headquarters and we have a server that logs onto the corporate servers. How would I split the T1 line using a router where the server would still be able to log on without any problems?
Question submitted by Matt