October 27th, 2001, 07:23 AM
October 27th, 2001, 12:29 PM
What Service Packs, if any are installed? If you can get an accurate error message it would help, especially if you get the error message number. Also, who were you logged in as?
If I remember correct, trusts between machines can be flakey at times on NT.
Let me know. I think we have some research here at the school I work at that might help. =)
October 27th, 2001, 03:58 PM
If the team has been following the project plan, the PDC's of the domains all have Service Pack 6 128-bit installed.. I know for certain that the PDC that I was using had the service pack installed.....
I'm sorry about the flaky information, I only have access to the materials once a week, and I will not be able to get access to them till Thursday.... which I probably won't be able to make coz I have to go to a funeral..
The error message was
"Unable to contact PDC of domain"
There was no error number as far as I know.
I was logged on as Administrator...
I was hoping for any information that I could read over to give me even the slightest idea of what would be wrong so i could explain it to the other group members....
I'll try get some more detailed information if I can...
Any help is most greatly appreciated.....
October 27th, 2001, 04:11 PM
Usually there is an error that will appear in Event Manager with a #. It would be that error number that would be helpful. Since we don't have it, here are some links that might help in the meantime:
If I run across anything else, I'll let ya know.
October 27th, 2001, 04:23 PM
Thanx heaps MsMittens...
*Feeling a bit stupid now for not thinking of checking the Event Viewer....
While I won't be able to access the systems for a while, the articles you provided have answered another issue that I was experiencing......
October 27th, 2001, 04:36 PM
Don't feel stupid over not checking event viewer. We all make mistakes like that. Heck, there are times when I can't figure out why the machine won't boot and lo and behold, there's a disk inside.
Glad to hear that they were helpful in one regard. When you do get access, lemme know and we'll figure out what is the next step.