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Not able to login into Domain

Hi,

I have some Wireless Clients who are not able to login into the Domain. They are getting a message like "The specified domain either does not exist or could not be contacted".

But for some users I am able to get the domain login. Do anyone have any idea ?

Thanks,

Pete

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Re: Not able to login into Domain

This is due to Microsoft Limitations..Your Win2K systems might have trouble logging on to an NT 4.0 domain if you unbind or remove Client for Microsoft Networks or if you run a third-party DNS server. As with an improper or incomplete TCP/IP

configuration, either or both of these problems can prevent a Win2K system from locating an NT 4.0 BDC.

Bronze

Re: Not able to login into Domain

You need to use machine authentication. Wireless computers need to pass machine authentication to get wireless connection connected before login domain. Try to do some research on machine authentication, that should work for you.

Zhenning

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