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I removed the lingering entries for the old server from DNS and restarted the DNS service. c) The Distributed File System (DFS) client has been disabled. Windows attempted to read the file \\domain\sysvol\domain\policies\{xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx}\gpt.ini from a domain controller and was not successful."I understood that you blog post is about my issue but still I can't resolve my issu, The following steps solved it: 1.

Have followed many suggesstions and articles, but the only thing that has worked is to run the dfsutil /PurgeMUPCache command from the command prompt of the affected DC. Please ensure that you can contact the server that authenticated you. Error code 5 (Access is denied) This error code usually indicates that the user or computer does not have the appropriate permissions to access the path specified in the event. This method works, because by using the hosts file, the local DNS cache is loading the entries with a non-expiry TTL.

x 114 Anonymous Have been getting the Userenv 1058 and 1030 errors on one of two domain controllers each month for the past 4 months. I checked drivers, netsh, etc for this “ghost” card, but it was nowhere to be found. I have this customer... As stated previously, dfsutil /PurgeMupCache also solved my problems.

Look forward to checking out your web page for a second time. When I tried to open the default domain policy, I received several pop-ups: "There is an inconsistency between the GPO Object in SYSVOL and Active Directory. After calling Microsoft Tech Support and spending few hours on the phone, the thing that finally got rid of the error messages was reinstalling TCP/IP.  This is not a task to be x 2 Kevin Sandbek In my case, this problem would occur if I took one of my two DCs down.

This issue may be transient and could be caused by one or more of the following: a) Name Resolution/Network Connectivity to the current domain controller. I did the usual stuff.  I asked Dr. For user policy processing, the User field of the event will show a valid user name; for computer policy processing, the User field will show "SYSTEM". To learn more about this issue and how you can correct it, click Help".

In my case I just enabled/disabled one setting and it worked fine and I was able to recreate the GPT.ini file back. 5 Comments Comments 5 comments: eduardo matriz Says: November x 1 Emanuele P. all other XP´s have no problems. This has solved my problem.

Then list the IP address for each domain controller in your domain, on the same hosts file (with the domain name next to it). The policies were restored from a recent GroupPolicyEditor backup and the NETLOGON share were restored from a tape. sincereley, Martin A bissle "Experience", a bissle GMV... See example of private comment Links: EventID 1030 from source Userenv, Google Thread, Deployment considerations for Group Policy, Troubleshooting XP Offline files, Symantec Endpoint Protection 11.0 - SBS 2003 Best Practices

To resolve this issue, cd to "\program files\gpmc\scripts" and run "Cscript GrantPermissionOnAllGPOs.wsf "Enterprise Domain Controllers" /Permission:Read /Domain:domain.local". I discovered that “\\server\netlogon” was no longer available. Posted by DWHunter on 06/18/2011 at 01:41 AM in Active Directory, Networking, Server 2008 | Permalink Digg This | Save to del.icio.us | | Comments You can follow this conversation by For more information,Event ID 1058 — Group Policy Preprocessing http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc727259(WS.10).aspx   If the issue persists, please run the following command and check output: Cacls %systemroot%\SYSVOL\sysvol\DomainName\Policies\{GUID}\gpt.ini Note: Replace DomainName and GUID with

I logged on to the machine and saw it needed to be activated. x 121 Rick Passero Userenv errors 1058 and 1030 have occurred on one of our two Windows 2003 domain controllers, twice now. sincerely, Martin A bissle "Experience", a bissle GMV... Try to connect to the netlogon share on the domain controller using the path \\\netlogon where is the name the name of the domain controller in the error event.

Monday, February 06, 2012 3:03 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote the problem is solved... See ME834649 for more details. Friday, February 03, 2012 10:23 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote @ martin C:\Users\juri>nltest /dsgetdc:europay.local /backg DC: \\sads02.europay.local Address: \\172.27.103.2 Dom Guid: 155cc044-c011-4def-bce6-c6354b9b8b57

Then on that logon server, you need check the junction as in the screenshot below: If the junction point is not pointing to correct path then you need to

Also, if SMB signing policies are set by the default domain controller security policy, the problem affects all the domain controllers on the network. x 1 Jon Morrison I recently resolved this error on a Windows 2003 SP1 DC. I activated the access on this DC and the problem was fixed. Ahmed Nabil Says: November 13, 2012 at 8:59 PM Thanks for your feedback.

In fact, from my XP machine, I tried connecting to my domain share (\\.) and I was told access was denied yet it was available from Win2k machines (event ids 1030 To install Support Tools, run \\SUPPORT\TOOLS\SUPTOOLS.MSI located on your Windows Server 2003 CD-ROM. I compared the GPO-ID from event 1058 to the GPOs, and found the ID referred to the "Default Domain Policy". Error "The network path was not found." - See Error code 53.