It's not the SID. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/324321 I started looking at the Event Viewer system logs on my database server and found this one: Event ID 5516 Source Netlogon The computer or domain
Go figure. It's no consolation when it happens and annoys you, though.The problem with Linux on the desktop is that nobody has a clear stake in making it work well and the resources anyway i'm pretty confident this cant lead to SID changes. Copyright © 2017 SlashdotMedia.
NT should be re-installed on either
Given that, it is hard to determine conclusively whether something can cause problems or not. Close Close Slashdot Working... I'm posting this, hoping that it will help out anyone else that what's to get rid of these error messages. I have reinstalled Server 2008 R2 on all Domain Controllers and the member servers a couple of times, but I still keep getting this error.
In the end, it's a very interesting problem and fortunately it didn't cause them any sort of issues, but the fact of the matter is that it *could* cause issues, and So if Machine A fails to apply a patch for whatever reason and machine B comes along 5 minutes later with exactly the same SID but gets on fine.... They had tried everything and everyone else to get the machine to work but to no avail. This happened on a Windows 2000 Advanced Server and I fixed it by removing the computer from the domain, then I used Ghost Walker to change the SID.
Please try again or contact your system administrator. Now maybe GhostWalk does other things too that are what really needs to be done, but it seems to just be a SID change tool.Personally I'll keep using GhostWalk until Symantec There are actually numerous scenarios that you could contrive where this could cause an issue, one of which Dean Wells describes in the following TechEd Sessions from the 17:45 minute mark For more information, see this link http://seer.support.veritas.com/docs/238513.htm Cheers 2.
Concepts to understand: What is a SID? http://www.networknet.nl/apps/wp/archives/281 The remote computer retrieves the SIDs for a local account from its own Security Accounts Database (SAM) and for a Domain account from the Active Directory database on a Domain Controller WMI Provider Error A member could not be added to or removed from the local group because the member does not exist 0x8007056b I tried the following from another forum post, Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re: (Score:2) by Anpheus ( 908711 ) writes: This seems strange because it manages multiple domain controllers fine, and they all have the same SID.
Therefore, in some cases this is not just a security issue that can be ignored. this contact form We could use Sysprep, but Re: (Score:2) by Random BedHead Ed ( 602081 ) writes: Part of Russinovich's point is that Windows boxes don't interact with one another by SID, only Custom search for *****: Google - Bing - Microsoft - Yahoo Feedback: Send comments or solutions - Notify me when updated Printer friendly Subscribe Subscribe to EventID.Net now!Already a subscriber? Every once in awhile we noticed that machines would randomly freeze for no reason.
This would have made sense had NFS been common, where indeed duplicate UIDs are an issue. You pay them a pile b/c you can only find that one person who knows where to hit it, and they can gouge for all your wo Re: (Score:2) by kestasjk this machine will be | upgraded to w2k in the | >| near future. have a peek here Sysprep does a number of other things with a large impact on the system and registry, regenerating the system SID is just one of them.
PSGetSID DomainMemberserver$ which returns the Domain SID. The content you requested has been removed. Bring up a second Exchange server and migrate the mailboxes across, a pain in time consumptionbut not that big of a deal. -- Paul Bergson MVP - Directory Services MCITP:
So whats you're beef here? Log onto the Backup Exec Central Administration Server. it WAS a problem... (Score:4, Interesting) by ErMaC ( 131019 ) writes:
Afterconfiguring the PDC, I used VMWare to make a 2nd clone for my SQL database server, and that is what caused all my problems. Instead, you have to specify credentials for either an account local to the remote system or to a Domain account for a Domain the remote computer trusts. Once you enable the protocol, you likely need to recycle the service. Check This Out Reboot the system for which you changed the SID (the BDC).
Help Desk » Inventory » Monitor » Community » Pretty sure I ran into an issue somewher (Score:4, Informative) by Anpheus ( 908711 ) writes: on Wednesday November 04, 2009 @12:03AM (#29973774) You should sysprep the machines to reset their Twitter Suspends American Far-Right Activists' Accounts Why Does Twitter Refuse To Shut Down Donald Trump? Both accounts generated the Logon Message below.
NewSID ensures that this SID is in a standard format (3 32-bit subauthorities preceded by three 32-bit authority fields).Three phases to the computer SID replacement follow. Top Event ID 5516, Source Netlogon by Wallace Fu [MSFT » Mon, 24 Feb 2003 18:29:56 Hi, Please check all the trust relationships that your domain has. See ME263636 to solve this problem. It was just me and my boss, and we both had extremely limited hours.
Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re: (Score:2) by that this is not und ( 1026860 ) writes: I think it was a general indictment of the Closed Source approach to software However, (old nt4 domain name) and (old nt4 domain name) have the same machine security identifier (SID). Anybody able to jog my memory/correct me? Learning resources Microsoft Virtual Academy Channel 9 MSDN Magazine Community Forums Blogs Codeplex Support Self support Programs BizSpark (for startups) Microsoft Imagine (for students) United States (English) Newsletter Privacy & cookies
Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re: (Score:2) by SpaceLifeForm ( 228190 ) writes: I've always concluded that Windows can cause problems.Does not matter what subsystem or module apparently. The odds of two machines having the same sid are basically zero. Very Computer Board index Windows2000 Event ID 5516, Source Netlogon Event ID 5516, Source Netlogon by news » Wed, 19 Feb 2003 07:40:05 we upgraded to w2k domain a few months